Getting divorced isn’t easy. Acrimonious or not, divorce represents a huge change in well, pretty much everything.

There are new roles and responsibilities, a re-engineering of how you spend your time and with whom – lots of adjustments must be made.

And sometimes it can be overwhelming, for on top of what might be a very crowded schedule come additional “to-do’s” that can tip the already precarious balance that you’ve carefully constructed.

Oftentimes, the sheer volume of paperwork leads to  stress and exhaustion. You have bills to pay, insurance  claims to file, applications to be completed, all of the personal “administrative” tasks that come to our mailboxes (electronic and “physical”) each and every day.

You know that attention must be paid and you’re not sure how to get started. Or, you’re keeping on top of it and doing okay on some days or weeks but not on others. You find that the inconsistency is wreaking havoc on your credit score, causing policies to get cancelled and other such inconveniences.

This is exactly where a Daily Money Manager can play an important and integral role in maintaining your peace of mind and confidence, assuring you that everything is being handled in a timely and professional manner. Employed by you and working on whatever basis makes sense for your unique situation, a Daily Money Manager can:

  • Organize and manage your daily finances or teach you to do it on your own
  • Develop a household budget that meets your immediate and long-term goals
  • Track expenses
  • Prepare checks for signature
  • Reconcile bank accounts and credit card statements
  • Computerize your finances
  • Set up online bill-paying or automatic bill payment
  • Teach you to use personal finance software
  • Monitor bank and credit card statements and resolve errors
  • Handle paperwork for tax preparation
  • Maintain your financial records
  • Prepare and file insurance claims and track payments and discrepancies
  • Negotiate with creditors
  • Advise on repairing your credit history
  • Produce regular reports on your financial picture

It makes sense, right? You don’t have to go it alone and if you want more information or need further assistance don’t hesitate to contact us at (516) 528-0206.