How Money Matters Can Impact Divorce Part Two Of A Three Part Blog By: Catherine Eaton, Esq., Kristin Wallace, PhD and Megan Wolfe, CPA
PART 2 by Megan Wolfe, CPA - Wolfe Financial Group
Protective Financial Attachment Style - “Money as Security”
The Protective financial style views money as security. A full bank account and a vast retirement portfolio means that life can be stress-free and that all their needs can be met. This style prefers that their savings remain untouched.
Money, from this perspective, represents protection against a rainy day or emergencies. Safety and stability are top priorities for this attachment style.