If you are having trouble covering today's expenses (and paying the debts) of one household, will the same amount of money cover two households?

Do you know what that will look like?

Do you know what it will cost the partner who moves out to live?

How much does it cost you to raise your children? What about college costs?

Are you close to retirement? Do you know if you can manage financially on your own?

Support can be less than you want or need. What happens if the supporter does not or cannot pay?

Can you support yourself right now?

If you need more skills or have not been working, what will it take for you to acquire marketable skills so you can support yourself?

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