Gaining Control of Your Divorce
The decisions you make during your divorce will affect the rest of your life.
How do you know whether your divorce settlement will lead toward financial freedom or financial ruin down the road?
In these tough times, it's crucial that you get the right information so that you can make sound financial, not emotional, decisions.
Whether you are an individual considering divorce or a Family Law professional seeking financial expertise for your clients, Informed Divorce Decisions is here to help.
Financial Strategies and Planning for Divorce
Services for Divorce Professionals
QDRO's (Used to split retirement plan assets)
Post Divorce Transition Assistance
What is a CDFATM?
The role of the Certified Divorce Financial Analyst ( CDFATM) is to help both client and lawyer understand how the financial decisions made today will impact the client's financial future, based on certain assumptions.
A CDFATM also:
Provides the client and lawyer with data that shows the long-term and short-term financial effect of any proposed divorce settlement.
Appears as an expert witness if the case should go to court, mediation or arbitration proceedings.
Is familiar with tax issues that apply to divorce.
Has background knowledge of the legal issues in divorce.