“Gray divorce” refers to couples 50 and older. To provide crucial financial information to gray divorce couples and their families
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After a divorce, some women feel confident and ready to take over all the finances. Others feel uncertain, after years of delegating this job to a spouse.
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Gray divorce has a disproportionate financial impact on many soon-to-be retirees since the division of assets happens closer in time, or during retirement.
Every 10 seconds a Boomer turns 60 years old. And if you are over the age of 50, you share the risk of divorce, which has doubled in its rate for first-time long-term marriages in the last decade.