Women, divorce and finance

Posted on 03/16/22

Older Americans are experiencing a variety of financial concerns in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. From having enough income to pay bills and managing health care costs to the rising costs of inflation and saving for retirement, Americans 50-plus have a lot to worry about. 

But for women ages 50–64, those concerns are particularly acute. 
In honor of Women's History Month, we are devoting this podcast to women and finance, in particular, life after divorce, retirement funds, and available resources.

On the AARP Prepare to Care Podcast, Texas attorney and member of the Latin Women's Initiative, Jolene Trevino of Trevino Law Firm in Houston, discussed how women can get their finances in order after a life-changing event.


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