How to Propel Your Career and Lower Alimony
Latrice Knighton is an award-winning divorce attorney, life coach, and speaker. She solves problems using her experience and legal knowledge to offer practical advice.
Physically separating from your spouse in divorce is scary. If you are currently going through a divorce and want to know ways to earn more money or lessen alimony paid to your spouse, this episode is for you.
The unknown is whether you and your spouse can afford to make it on your own.
You have been living in one household and paying for all of those bills together. Now, the two of you will each have your own house and bills to take care of. Typically, people fear their lifestyle will never be the same again. While you may fear your lifestyle never returning, it can get better. It requires either you or your spouse to start earning more money.
A vocational counselor can help in two ways. First, determine if either spouse is not earning enough income based on education and experience. Second, they can help you focus on careers in your area that have growth and opportunity, plus review soft skills like interviewing and writing a resume.
In this episode, you’ll get tips from a Sarah Holmes of Vocational Professionals Inc. on how to propel your career and lessen the amount of alimony you pay in divorce through the use of a career assessment.
This information can be are crucial for divorcing spouses to have clarity about their future earnings and ability to take care of themselves financially.
When it comes to employment — do you think either you or your spouse could be earning more money? What action, if any,have you and your spouse taken to get higher wages? Have you considered using a vocational counselor? Why or why not?
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You get to choose the path your life takes. My hope is that today’s show and every show will help you make choices that are aligned with your personal values and goals.
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References: Vocational Professionals, Inc. Website