Let your divorce propel you to follow your dreams

by | Feb 10, 2017 | Firm News, High Asset Divorce |

Going through a divorce has a lot of effects on a person. Even if you are awarded child support and alimony, you might find that you don’t have enough to make ends meet. This can make your new life a challenge because you need to support your family while being sure that your children are taken care of. You do have an option at this point that might be feasible for you — become an entrepreneur.

Many people might not think that they can venture out on their own like this. However, if you are trying to juggle child care and a job, you might find that being able to make your own schedule is much easier.

You aren’t getting any younger, so now is likely the best time for you to follow your dreams. You can pull on your experience to help you start your business. You can use the strength that you have gained to stand on your own to get your business going.

The last thing that you need is to continue to let your ex run your life. Instead, take your life into your hands and move into the realm of supporting yourself. If your dream is to write a book, start the outline today. If your dream is to open a store, start writing up your business plan.

One way that you might be able to get your new business moving in the right direction is to get the divorce settlement that gives you some of the financial means to do so. Learn about how you can negotiate your divorce settlement so you can get your ventures moving forward.

Source: Connecticut Post, “7 Reasons Why Divorce Is the Perfect Excuse to Become an Entrepreneur,” Stacey Freeman, Feb. 06, 2017


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