Do you wish you had more peace around money in your marriage? If so, maybe you’ll see something of yourselves in these scenarios…
You seem to always be at odds with each other over your budget. ‘Going there’ always ends with an argument. One of you loves to have the latest tech device or design touch for your home, and the other really wants to invest more than you have been. Maybe that’s not you, but you simply wonder where your family finances are at, and chronically not knowing makes you nervous. Your spouse runs the business, and life moves so fast that you never seem to have time to sit down and look at all the statements together. Or, your spouse is great with numbers, and insists on having control over all your financial decisions. It’s not that you’re not allowed to spend, but you want more of a say in where you’re headed financially long-term.
In my () work as a divorce attorney and family law mediator, I’ve heard about these problems and more from many people who were anxious over their finances. Much of that anxiety stemmed from one common underlying problem: in their marriage, as far as it came to finances, they weren’t functioning as a team.
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