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Getting divorced

Managing the financial aspects of a divorce may be just as important as coping with the emotions. These resources can help you transition from "ours" to "mine" and "yours."
Keep in mind:
  • Cancel joint checking, savings and revolving credit accounts like credit cards
  • Establish accounts in your name for ATMs, checking, savings and credit cards
  • Update the beneficiaries of your retirement accounts and insurance policies
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Keep an eye on your financial health during a divorce, and learn what to keep in mind if you're facing a breakup.
Consider these key points as you make decisions about splitting your finances and moving on.
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Merrill, its affiliates, and financial advisors do not provide legal, tax, or accounting advice. You should consult your legal and/or tax advisors before making any financial decisions.
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