Whether you’re planning for a divorce or already have one underway, there are some things you need to know before committing your signature to paper. Unless you’ve learned tough financial lessons through a prior divorce, this unknown territory might feel overwhelming.
We’re here to help clear all that up with you. When we work together, we’ll analyze your unique situation to give you the clear understanding of the short- and long-term effects your divorce could have on your lifestyle and stability. We’ll work hard to give you the information you need to help you make choices that are best for your specific situation. Whether your divorce is adversarial or amicable, you’ll want to stay protected.
We specialize in giving financial divorce advice for women, or divorce financial planning, you can take comfort in knowing that we have the training and depth of experience, to support you and your family during this transition. Preparing for and going through a divorce is often complicated, requiring specialized training and knowledge. Things can get very stressful during the divorce negotiating process. Your attorney means the best for you, but he or she is not a Certified Financial Planner™. As proposals are put forth and considered, let us watch out for your financial best interests.
A Certified Divorce Financial Analyst® (CDFA™) specializes in the financial and tax aspects of divorce. Our experience and specialized training will help you make informed choices regarding the financial complexities of your divorce. These choices will have real lifelong financial consequences for you and your family. We will analyze the short and long-term financial impact of any proposed divorce settlement. We want to ensure that you fully understand the financial, tax, and quality of life ramifications of your decisions. Understanding your financial situation will give you a much-needed sense of control over your life.
We can help you manage through this challenging financial transition before, during, and after your divorce. Our financial divorce advice for women can help you transition from an ending of a chapter to the beginnings of a new one. As you enter this new chapter of your life, we will have laid the groundwork for your long-term financial needs.