Even if it’s an amicable process, the financial and emotional impact that divorce has on you can be life-changing.
Knowledge is key in the divorce process. The more you know about your current financial situation, as well as your financial future, the better prepared you’ll be to make good decisions. In many cases, one spouse handles most of the finances. If that isn’t you, then you may feel lost and anxious not knowing how much money you have or how to access accounts.
Getting solid divorce financial advice will help you sort out everything, so you can feel confident as you establish your new financial direction.
During the divorce process, you’ll need a team of professionals to help guide you to an outcome that benefits you. A Certified Divorce Financial Analyst® (CDFA®) is one of those team members.
As a CDFA® I help you navigate things like budgeting, retirement savings, Social Security, and tax implications. My role is to help you understand how the decisions you make today affect your financial future.
As a divorce financial advisor, I can work with your attorney and help you determine if your settlement is financially feasible. I provide an objective viewpoint in a very emotional situation.
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