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Colette Fortin

Colette Fortin Discusses Money Problems in Relationships on Money Matters

In any relationship, there is a balance of power. For some relationships, that power can become imbalanced when one party controls finances or financial decisions. One of the major reasons for strife in relationships and divorce is because of a lack of control or power from one part. In this Rogers TV interview, Colette discusses all of the factors in which money problems in relationships can come into effect.

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Does Getting a Divorce Affect Your Credit?

Does Getting a Divorce Affect Your Credit?

Your credit score plays a key role in your financial profile and your ability to secure loans and other credit products, so the last thing you want is for it to take a hit after a divorce.

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How to protect your kids & assets through divorce

Don’t be fooled — divorce is a zero-sum game. You will both lose something, that is a guarantee. Learn how to protect your assets and your children when going through a divorce. Download your FREE copy of ‘13 Things you need to know before you hire a divorce lawyer.’

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Are Financial Disclosures Necessary During Divorce?

Learn about financial disclosure and whether it’s really necessary for divorce. In short: They are critical for a legal agreement, and we tell you how to find out if your partner is hiding financial information.

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Unknown Finances After Divorce

Finances after divorce can be daunting. Read about Adele, a 59-year-old woman who puts together a detailed budget but forgets all the hidden costs when going through a divorce.

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Getting your Finances Back on Track after divorce

Get suggestions about how to get your finances back in the fold after a divorce; including what you have, keeping yourself up to date and planning ahead.

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Your Finances & Divorce

There are two things in Divorce, Money and Kids. Emotions can play havoc with decisions around finances and parenting, but experience shows that dealing with money first yields the best results for both your finances and kids.

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