Financial Resources

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When we divorce, we generally lose a large part of our accumulated wealth. In stead of allowing this set-back to handicap us permanently, the void that we are left with can become the driving force behind recovering from the loss, if we unlock our authentic vision and implement practical steps.

Wealth Psychologist, Ilze Alberts teaches us how to generate wealth and preserve it for future generations. She explains why a family’s wealth consists of much more than just the quantitative (financial) capital, but other qualitative capitals as well. This remarkable book inspires you for a lifelong, dedicated and action-driven journey to prosperity. I definitely recommend you read Passing the Torch!


Learn how to avoid financial mistakes common in divorce, by reading about many essential relevant matters in this book. The Financially Smart Divorce, written by JA Licciardello is an essential resource.

Jeffrey A Landers is a certified divorce financial analyst, who wrote this two-part practical guide, DIVORCE Think Financially not emotionally (Volume 1), for women who have to  focus on the financial aspects of divorce in order to secure their future well-being.

Volume 2 of DIVORCE Think Financially not emotionally (featured above), written by Jeffrey A Landers (CDFA) for women who have to  focus on the financial aspects of divorce in order to secure their future well-being.