Sometimes litigation is necessary. Having a CDFA on your team may improve your financial outcome and save you thousands of dollars. We help you and your attorney compare multiple proposal outcomes to arrive at one that works best for you.
Your attorney is your legal expert, but most attorneys are not tax or financial experts. Good attorneys recognize this and appreciate the value a CDFA brings to the team. If you and your spouse own a business, have significant property or retirement or investment accounts, you may want to hire an expert with extensive knowledge of tax law and marital asset distribution in the context of a divorce. My passion as a CDFA is to ensure that you and your divorce team understand what your options are and how different settlement proposals will impact you and your family’s future financial stability.
Divorce litigation can be ugly and highly contentious. Why? Because most of the time it’s due to a lack of information, a fear of the unknown and a lack of control. Emotions always get in the way and more often than not, one spouse wants to punish the other for their actions. While a CDFA cannot help you emotionally, I find that once you eliminate the fear and empower an individual with the information they need to make informed decisions, people are able to put emotions aside because they feel confident and more in control of their own outcome. This in turn, will set you on the right course towards a good life after divorce, even in litigation.
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