Divorce Financial Analysis and Planning
Using a CDFA During the Divorce Process
Working with a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA) is a cost-effective way to protect against big financial mistakes that could impact you and your family in the future.
Based on information you provide me, I use Family Law software to run various scenarios that help individuals or couples explore the impacts of options regarding child and spousal support and property division. I am not a lawyer and do not provide legal advice but can work in conjunction with your lawyer or mediator to analyze the financial and tax impacts of proposed settlement options.
I charge an hourly rate that is 30% to 60% less than the rate of most divorce attorneys.
If you are beginning or in the process of divorce mediation and want an advocate to help you craft and respond to proposals regarding asset division and child and/or spousal support, you might prefer my $999 flat-fee offering. Learn more by clicking here.
Using a CDFA if Considering Divorce
Do you wonder what life would be like financially if you and your spouse separated or divorced? Then my flat-fee "It Could Happen" package is for you.
For individuals or couples contemplating divorce, issues surrounding money can be among the scariest, challenging and contentious. As a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA), I help clients understand their current financial situation and what their situation may look like post-divorce.
Before making a call to an attorney, you can work with me to gather information on you and your spouse's assets, debts, income and expenses. Don't have all the information? No problem. I can use estimates to forecast ranges for how much you may have in assets and debts post-divorce, whether or not you may be able to stay in your home, and how much child and/or spousal support may be based on various assumptions.
Don't be blindsided by what you don't know. Contact me to learn more about the $499 flat-rate "It Could Happen" package.