Monthly Archives: May 2013

Liability Insurance – Insuring Your Financial Future (7th in the “Post D – as in Divorce – Day” Series)

Sandy Balick of Consensus Point Mediation LLC (consensuspointmediation.com) explains the importance and some specifics of liability insurance.The necessity to review important health-related matters, post-D Day, has been the focus of recent blogs. Most recently we reviewed the issue of health insurance. With this entry, we move beyond health to matters pertaining to financial well-being. The focus remains on insurance though.

Several common forms of insurance provide important protection to your assets. Much has been made recently about the required-purchase aspect of health care insurance. In reality, the states have long required car owners to have insurance or other proof of financial responsibility. Assuming most readers will have some familiarity with auto insurance we’ll focus on some optional liability protections that may be very important, depending upon your financial and asset circumstances.

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Assuring Asset Protection (6th in the “Post D – as in Divorce – Day” Series)

Sandy Balick of Consensus Point Mediation, LLC (www.consensuspointmediation.com) discusses home insurance considerations.This post is part of a series of items of interest to the newly divorced in terms of personal financial security. You don’t have to be divorced, of course, or have any special occasion to undertake a personal financial review. These reviews are usually thought of in the context of stocks and bonds, but there are other components to the personal security picture and insurance is a key one. The last post touched on health insurance – this time we move on to other valuable insurance protections.

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