If you are facing a divorce you should be conscious of the fact that your spouse may end up taking and moving money from joint accounts and leaving you without any access to any of the funds that have been accumulated over the course of the marriage. In the hopes of reducing your ability to defend yourself throughout the course of a divorce.

Start a Savings Account When in the Divorce Process

One of the things that you can do in order to combat that situation is start and fund a savings account. Some of refer to that as sort of a war chest. The whole goal of having that is to make sure that you have the financial backing that may be needed in order to pursue your case aggressively in the best manner possible.

Often times the issues that are involved in a divorce are not necessarily known at the outset, and new ones come up all the time that are completely unexpected. And sometimes those require investigators. Some of the require the use of experts. Some of them require any number of things that having the correct amount of funding available to you is going to be an essential part of making you can take advantage of those opportunities.


So by starting your own savings account and funding it properly will help to ensure that when the time comes you have the resources that you need in order to aggressively protect your position and your case. If you are facing a divorce and looking for answers to your questions contact our Georgia divorce attorneys today. 

David Ward
Georgia Divorce, Family Law and Estate Planning Attorney. Helping Parents Protect The Things That Matter Most
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