The Impact of Divorce on Your Credit, Especially for Women
Posted by Carlie Berke, CDFA®
July 11, 2019
Credit is often overlooked in divorce and can impact your credit, especially for women.
Divorce in and of itself has no impact on your credit score, neither does marital status or gender but you need to understand how credit can be impacted in a divorce. Please see the link below for a helpful article.
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