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Divorce can be a harrowing experience at any age, but it arguably becomes even more difficult during retirement, as finances are likely more entwined than those who get divorced at a younger age – which means it could have a huge impact on both your immediate and long-term financial plans, with a lifetime of assets having to be divided. This means it’s vital to go through everything carefully to ensure the best outcome for both parties, so here are a few things you may need to consider when getting divorced in retirement.
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