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Life Insurance Amount - after divorce

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  • #16
    Sounds to me like you need to do an actual Financial Plan. With proper planning you will be informed of where you are financially, how to adjust your goals to hit your targets, what your liabilities are, trusts you should implement and more importantly (in my opinion) where your blind spots are. For a few bucks you will know what you need to know and then you can do the transactions along with adjustments you should be doing. Why guess if you don't have to? There are some great fee only planners on this site, Joanna being one of them, you should talk to a couple of them to get a plan done.
    Scott Nelson-Archer, CLU, ChFC
    303-953-0263 Direct / [email protected]