Post-Divorce Transition

Your divorce is final.
Now what?
Do you know what to do with your documents?
Do you need help budgeting?
Will you need to find work?
Once your divorce is final, you’ll need help with the transition into your post-divorce lifestyle. Transition Planning & Guidance™, LLC, (TransitionPG®) offers this guidance via scheduled phone or video calls to help you transition successfully.
Here’s what you’ll receive with our Post-Divorce Transition:
  • Review of divorce decree to identify next steps for retitling assets, name change, and updating beneficiary information
  • Identify short-term and long-term goals using the 5 P’s of Life
  • Develop budget to ensure achieving goals for post-divorce lifestyle
  • Review tax impact and opportunities for tax-efficiencies
  • Define retirement lifestyle and course of action to achieve it
  • Identify saving strategies to take control of money
  • Determine asset protection for potential disability and property/casualty loss
  • Assess estate planning needs and updates
We meet virtually or in person – whichever is easiest for you.

Contact us at to begin developing your Post-Divorce Transition.


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