April 24, 2015
Once a marriage has broken down and a decision is made by one or both parties to divorce, the impact can be devastating; not only to the individuals involved, but also to the children, family, friends and employers of the divorcing couple. Divorce not only has a traumatic emotional impact but a financial impact as well. As an attorney, you are often at the forefront to help clients navigate the impacts such as:
These situations sometimes require deeper expertise in finances and taxation than many attorneys may have. One way to help clients navigate these issues is by enlisting the services of a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst. CDFAs have the expertise needed to guide clients in this process and avoid negative surprises.
Typically, a CDFA can help clients to understand:
CDFAs can often make the process less complex and provide third-party expertise to help the divorcing parties negotiate with as minimal stress as possible.