• The financial desicions you make during divorce will affect you for a lifetime
  • A financial analysis early in the divorce process will save you time and money
  • Assure yourself a stable economic future and avoid regret
  • Consult a divorce financial expert today.
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Before You Agree To A Divorce Settlement...

You must thoroughly understand where you stand financially before you can know whether or not an offer is going to be workable for the long term. As a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst™I will make sure your settlement is fair and equitable before you sign on the dotted line.



How Can A Certified Divorce Financial Analyst™ Help?

A CDFA is a licensed professional, trained to provide support to clients, attorneys, and mediators. We can help you focus on the difficult financial issues at hand, making the process more efficient and cost-effective. Our knowledge of tax law, asset distribution and short and long-term financial projections will help achieve an equitable settlement. At Equitable Divorce Solutions, we will help you:

  1. Identify, collect, and organize the financial information you and your attorney need to prepare an Affidavit of Financial Information.
  2. Educate you on the nature of your assets and the tax consequences involved in transferring assets.
  3. Create pre and post divorce budgets.
  4. Determine the amount of temporary maintenance and child support you need to create a logical and workable agreement.
  5. Create a plan to obtain the assets you rightfully own.
  6. Review your settlement options.
  7. After the divorce, we will assist with the smooth transfer of assets.

Schedule a No-Obligation Consultation Today

No matter where you are in the divorce process, it’s never too late to take charge. You can help yourself by learning as much as possible about the divorce process and surrounding yourself with experts such as an attorney, a therapist, a career advisor, and a certified divorce financial analyst to assist you with the legal, emotional and financial aspects of divorce. Read our financial divorce guide.

Your attorney is responsible for the legal aspects of your final decree. The therapist is in charge of emotional support during this trying time. Equitable Divorce Solutions will be there to advocate for you from the beginning stages of the divorce, through settlement negations and beyond. Don’t wait until the divorce is final to discover you’ve gotten an unfair settlement. Please call my office today, at 480-607-1131, to schedule a no-obligation consultation.