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Must Know Tips To Protect Your Credit During A Divorce

Posted by Jennifer Hamby

Aug 20, 2015 9:47:51 AM

In the unfortunate event that you get a divorce, worrying about your credit score may be the last thing on your mind. However, even during the most trying times of our lives, the world keeps spinning and the fact is, divorce can greatly impact your finances and credit history.  With close to 50% of all marriages ending in divorce, and divorce finalization taking close to 1 year to complete, protecting your credit along the way is critical to your financial future. 

Below are some helpful tips on how to get thru a divorce without damaging your credit.

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Topics: credit reports, divorce, Credit Score, credit cards, Credit Bureau

5 Ways To Protect Your Credit During a Divorce

Posted by Jennifer Hamby

Sep 15, 2014 1:14:00 PM

Confucius say: Beware scorned spouse with shared credit.

Maybe the Chinese thinker and philosopher didn't actually say those lines, but he should have. Your credit sits on dangerous ground when you and your spouse decide to split up.

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Topics: Identity theft, credit reports, divorce, credit history

Getting Married? How Marriage Affects Your Credit

Posted by datafactssolutions

Feb 14, 2014 7:11:00 AM

Today, February 14th is the most romantic day of the year. In fact over 2.2 million people will get married today and millions more will become engaged. Getting married is a wonderful moment in life, but it can affect many things, including your credit. So in the spirit of the holiday that love built, we’ve decided to debunk some credit myths associated with marriage, and its effect on credit.

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Topics: Data Facts blog, Data Facts, divorce, Credit Score, finances, Improve Credit Score, credit cards, Credit Bureau

7 Steps to Protect Your Finances During a Divorce

Posted by Susan McCullah

Aug 1, 2012 8:42:00 AM

We all hope it never happens to us. The “D” word. Divorce.

It's a sad fact that lots of marriages end in divorce, and sometimes the relationship is contentious and hostile. If you are facing divorce, protect yourself and your finances with these simple tips:

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Topics: Data Facts blog, wordpress blog, Mortgage loan, Mortgage, divorce, Credit Score, Collection accounts, Collections, finances, credit cards, credit history, Strong password, 7 steps, Password protection

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