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Suddenly Solo

Taking Control of Your Wealth After Divorce or the Loss of a Spouse

How do you plan for those life events you don’t want to think about? These unpleasant circumstances can happen in an instant and you’re left making a quick pivot to rearrange your life. You’re looking for the consistency that helped you feel secure in your “normal” life and it’s time to build a new plan to support yourself and the people who depend on you.

Single Woman

True Wisdom Shines in Times of Crisis


You may not know who to trust and are looking for someone to help you get your financial life in order. Someone who has your back and explains things in plain English, rather than industry jargon-speak. With Savant Wealth by your side you’ll feel supported by a kind and knowledgeable community. From estate planning and trust services to taxation and investment management, we have a team of specialists who can help you through this transition and setup a strong foundation for your new life.


Savant Views & News

April 11, 2023
Although planning for the death of a spouse is unpleasant, the possibility of losing considerable income because your spouse passes away can be just as unpleasant. Proactive planning can help ease some of that strain.
March 7, 2023
Many women are anxious about their financial situation, with statistics showing they worry about immediate and long-term financial security, have lower retirement balances than men, and fear outliving their retirement savings. Despite these concerns, women are predicted to control more than $30 trillion in investable assets by 2030.
February 6, 2023
In a potentially high-stakes situation like divorce, sometimes it helps to work with a professional who has specialized knowledge of the divorce process. A Certified Divorce Financial Analyst®, or CDFA®, is a professional who helps individuals navigate the financial complexities of divorce.

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While juggling your commitments, you start to wonder if you’re managing your finances as you should. Will you have enough to retire or send the kids to a top school?

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Retirement isn’t a one-day event; it’s a multi-year process. You’ve worked hard and saved a considerable nest egg, but there are many moving parts.

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You’ve worked hard to build your career and your business. Retirement may look different for you; the complexities of monetizing your business require specific expertise.

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