Carol Ann Wilson: Expert on Divorce and Finance
Divorce Isn't Easy, But It Can Be Fair
If you are experiencing a divorce, this is the website for you!
I have many articles on
divorce, finances, dividing your property, mediation and arbitration.
Please download this PDF
brochure, explaining how a financial divorce professional can
I have other websites for professionals who work with divorcing
Estate Divorce Specialists and Financial
My name is Carol Ann Wilson. I am professionally
trained as a Certified Financial Divorce Specialist, a Collaborative
Divorce Specialist and a Certified Financial Divorce Practitioner.
I am a nationally-recognized expert in divorce financial planning
and have been quoted in hundreds of articles throughout the
country. In addition, I work as a pre-divorce financial analyst/consultant
through my consulting company, and I am an expert witness
I know, it sounds like a mouthful. But the truth is, I have a passion
to help people, men and women, financially survive their divorce.
We have all seen it happen, time and time again, after divorce,
one spouse or another (sometimes both!) struggle to stay afloat.
It is just not necessary.
After seeing it myself, all too often, I started to research it.
Then I wrote some articles, some books, gave seminars and produced
CDsall in the name of helping people financially survive
You Are Not Alone!
Did you know that statistics show there are 1.2 million divorces
in the U.S. every year? That means that every year, another 2.4
million people go through divorce! And if the average cost of divorce
is $20,000 per couple. That means that Americans are spending $42
billion (yes, thats billion) on divorce each year! Scary,
Now let's clarify a divorce statistic that has slanted financial
information and given the American family the wrong image for years.
The 50% Divorce Rate
You might hear that half the marriages fail every year. That just
is not true. Let me give you an example. Lets say that in
Boulder, CO (where Im from) in 2004 there were 1000 weddings.
And in 2004 there were 500 divorces. Well, thats 50% right?
But that doesnt take into account the other 40,000 marriages
in Boulder. So you see, the 50% is only a comparison of how many
divorces compared to how many weddings in the same year. It doesnt
mean that 50% of all marriages will fail that year.
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