National law firm DWF hosted the book launch of 'The Wealthy Divorcee' by Hannah Foxley in London on Thursday 27 June.
The launch, which was attended by a number of representatives from private and independent investment companies, saw Mary-Ann Wright, partner in the Family team at DWF introduce Hannah and her book.
'The Wealthy Divorcee' is a step-by-step guide to navigating the finances during and after a divorce. The book guides the reader through everything there is to know about the financial side of any divorce, including how to manage money and how to create an accurate budget, something people going through a divorce are required to provide their lawyer with. Hannah also guides the reader through the complexities of pensions and financial assets in a simple manner, enabling the reader to better understand how to invest and manage the settlement in order to remain financially secure.
Hannah Foxley, a Chartered Financial Planner and a Fellow of The Personal Finance Society, has been advising clients on such issues for the past 10 years. She is passionate about helping women who are facing divorce to better understand their finances, in order to take the fear and worry away, leaving them feeling confident and secure.
The book was released on 26 June and further details can be found at http://thewealthydivorcee.co.uk.