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Divorce Finances: Readers' Advice On How To Stress Less About Your Finances

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It can be stressful to get your finances in order after divorce -- especially if the responsibility belonged to your spouse during your marriage.

Knowing that, last week we asked six HuffPost Divorce financial experts to give their three best tips for navigating the financial transition after divorce, from learning to budget more effectively to avoiding paying unnecessary legal fees.

Over on Twitter and Facebook, our readers drew on personal experience and offered their own budget-saving suggestions.

Click through the slideshow below to read their best advice, then email or tweet @HuffPostDivorce the three things you think divorcés need to know to make dealing with finances less stressful after a split.

How To Stress Less About Your Finances Post-Split, Readers Edition
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