Blindsided by Divorce, Part 3

Clients often sabotage progress in a divorce action, says advisor and divorce expert Bonnie Sewell. Advisors need to help them be transparent and follow a process that will yield a good outcome.

By Rethinking65

Clients often sabotage progress in a divorce action, says advisor and divorce expert Bonnie Sewell. Advisors need to help them be transparent and follow a process that will yield a good outcome.

Watch part 1 in the series in which Sewell discusses gray divorce. In part 2, she discusses helping clients deal with the enormity of the experience.

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