First Financial Steps After Divorce

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Divorce can be emotionally and financially devastating. However, it can also be a time of hope—providing an opportunity to establish a solid financial foundation as you embark on new beginnings. Your success depends on the steps you take to secure, build and protect your worth—both net worth and self-worth.

In this webinar, Steph L. Wagner will help you identify ways to:
– Create a solid footing to build your new life from.
– Embrace your new normal.
– Establish a plan that you can stick to.
– Surround yourself with the right team.

Steph Wagner

About Steph Wagner:

Steph’s vast financial aptitude, strategic and analytical experience, and comprehensive understanding of the complexities women face during and after divorce have established her as a thought leader on the subject of women in financial transition. She assists women across the country in securing an equitable distribution in marriage dissolution, and helps them establish a solid financial foundation. She teaches women how to take charge of their financial well-being and fully realize the profound impact that money can have on the next chapter of their lives.

With more than a decade of experience as a corporate finance analyst and private equity investor, Steph possesses an exceptional quantitative skillset and meticulous attention to detail. She also has extensive experience in asset valuation, due diligence, financial modeling and forecasting, debt restructuring, and strategic planning.

Steph is a graduate of The University of Southern California Marshall School of Business; former Vice President of Gemini Investors, a Boston based private equity fund; columnist for Entrepreneur Magazine; regular contributor to DailyWorth and The Huffington Post; member of the Association of Divorce Financial Planners; board member of Center for Community Solutions, a San Diego based impact organization that serves victims of domestic violence and relationship abuse; and most importantly, CMO—Chief Mommy Officer—to her three sons.

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