Acknowledge, Accept, Empower and Heal.

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  9. One of the things I love about this site is the opportunity to have experts in certain areas of divorce and post divorce give their advice to all of you!  Recently, I connected with Suzanne Cramer, who is a certified credit counselor working in CareOne’s Ask the Expert forums as a coach and a Social Media Specialist for CareOne.
  11. Suzanne writes for Divorce, Debt and Finances and A Straight Talk on Debt blogs. Ask her questions, share your story or just follow Suzanne on her journey as she navigates dealing with divorce, debt, and finances. Suzanne is also very active on Twitter and manages two CareOne accounts: ADivorcedMom and Ask CareOne where she shares the latest debt industry news and tips to keep your finances in check.  This is some great advice from Suzanne.
  13. Going through a divorce can do a number on your finances, and waiting for a divorce settlement takes patience. But what do you do when you receive it? Go on a shopping spree? Pay off your debt? Invest? Anytime you come into a sizable sum of money it can be life changing; how you decide to appropriate the money can define your future. The choices you make may determine financial independence, so proper planning is essential.

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