The children, child support, visitation, spousal support, the house, the 401(k): all the usual suspects at play in a typical divorce. But a very important part of post-divorce life, and one which is often an afterthought to settlement talks or trial preparation, is your credit rating. As you can see summarized in this Al.com article it is very important to keep your post-divorce credit rating in mind, and steps can be taken now and post-divorce which can blunt the often very damaging effect a divorce can have on your creditworthiness.
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An Overlooked Aspect of Divorce: Your Credit Rating
On Behalf of Griffin and Cain Attorneys at Law | Nov 30, 2022 | Firm News