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Anyone thinking of getting a divorce or someone going through a divorce has questions. The problem is, where do you turn to get answers?
A friend or relative? You could but what’s their expertise?
You can call an attorney, but how do you know the attorney is any good and what they will typically charge you per hour for any meaningful answers to your questions?
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If you have a simple divorce related questions, you can click here to fill out a form and have that question answered for FREE by the Co-Author of The Divorce Planning Guidebook. If you’ve read the book, you know that the answers you receive will be high quality/non-B.S. and to the point.
If you have a series of questions, want to talk strategy, want an assessment of how your current case is going, etc., you can schedule a 30-minute call with Roccy, Sr. by clicking here.
Going through a divorce can be lonely and very stressful. Take some of that stress off of yourself by talking with someone you can trust about your case (or potential filing for divorce).
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If you have a simple asset protection, estate planning, life insurance, annuity, stock market risk mitigation, pre- or post-financial planning questions, or if you wonder if you have a “good” or “bad” advisor, you can click here to fill out a form and have that question answered for FREE by the Co-Author of The Divorce Planning Guidebook.
If you have a series of questions and need a call vs. email questions answered, you can schedule a 30-minute call with Roccy, Jr. by clicking here.