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Finding your identity during divorce

Rebuild your life emotionally and financially

During divorce, you have the opportunity to rebuild who you are—personally and financially. Developing strong financial planning skills can empower you for the future.

9 friends you need during divorce

Your group of friends can help you navigate through divorce, helping you come out even stronger on the other side.

10 mindfulness techniques

Going through a divorce is stressful. Here are 10 calming tips to get you through the process.

Take control of your financial future

Whether you’re considering divorce, going through the process or rebuilding your life, here are some resources to help you financially.

A divorced women sits at her computer as she figures out how to move on after divorce

How to reset financially in divorce

Refresh yourself during and after divorce by resetting emotionally, physically and financially.

A divorcing couple sit in chairs as they receive financial help after divorce

Don’t make these common divorce mistakes

Divorce can be a confusing and stressful time—don’t make these mistakes along the way.

A stack of credit cards alludes to the division of assets in divorce, particularly credit card debt

Am I responsible for my spouse’s credit card debt?

Make sure you have a clear understanding of your finances so you can make the right decision when splitting credit card debt.

A couple going through division of assets during divorce decides who keeps the house

Who keeps the house in a divorce?

Walk through the multiple variables that come into play when considering how to split up your biggest asset.

This article provides general information, including examples, that may be helpful in understanding financial and other issues relating to divorce. The TIAA group of companies does not provide tax or legal advice. We urge you to seek such advice based on your own particular circumstances from a legal or tax advisor to determine if the information in this article is appropriate for you. Please note laws vary by state.