Reducing insurance costs to take control of expenses

In most Divorce cases both parties will find themselves in a financial position that requires them to look at their fixed monthly expenditure and determine how best to save with the least impact on lifestyle.

The fact is that after a divorce there are more expenses that the parties will need to consider like two homes, two lots of utilities bills as well as other previously shared costs. A very good way to reduce your expenditure is to take advantage of the competitiveness which exists in the Insurance industry and to get competitive quotes. This has been shown as an incredibly effective way of saving hundreds of Rands a month with the average savings on insurance premiums being around 32% without compromising on your insurance cover.

At DivorceLawyers.co.za we recommend the following companies which have shown to offer extremely good policies at very affordable ppremiums.

Car Insurance from Carinsurers.co.za

Life Insurance from Clientele Life

Hospital Plan from Clientele Life

These are the three most competitive sectors that have shown tremendous savings and we could all use a little extra cash, be it to help with the school fees or simply to reduce high interest debt like credit cards which are all to often costing you a lot of money every month. Getting insurance quotes are free to anyone who wishes to compare their insurance costs and take only a few minutes to complete.

We recommend that everyone make use of the online insurance quote request system, you will be very surprised at how the Insurance companies are will to accommodate you by reducing your premiums. If you have been with the same insurer for a number of years it is highly recommended that get competitive quotes, the industry has change significantly over the past year or two and there are Insurance policies, including health insurance and hospital plans that are far cheaper than they were a few years ago.

Your main objective after divorce should be to get your financial affairs under control and particularly if there are children involved, to make sure that your policies beneficiaries are updated to reflect your new position in life.