Getting Divorced? Seven Reasons You Should Consider Hiring A Certified Divorce Financial Analyst®

Financial Analyst

A CDFA® is an experienced financial professional who has completed a rigorous training & certification process approved by the Institute for Divorce Financial Analysts (IDFA).

Your CDFA® helps by:

  • Potentially save time & money in divorce costs. Your CDFA® quickly compiles & analyzes data for mediation. Additionally, your CDFA® can act as a financial neutral in cases where both spouses are amicable & working pro se, or, without attorneys.
  • Analyze & simplifies complex tax issues.  Because of this, you should find a CDFA® that is also a licensed tax advisor.
  • Manage expectations & provide long-term planning support
  • Assist with compiling your financial declarations & general budgeting
  • Create a post-divorce plan. Your CDFA® will help remove the emotion from your financial decisions which will assist you in making sound long-term choices.
  • Collect, organize & prepare financial information for both you and your attorney. Because most CDFA’s are financial planners or accountants, they can also help prepare income & net worth statements. These reports detail long-term ramifications of your settlement agreement & can project out 10, 20 or even 50 years.
  • As part of your divorce team, your CDFA® will work with your attorney to ensure your divorce settlement has the best outcome.
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