It is typical for one or both parties in a divorce situation to be anxious to “just get it over with.” This is a very difficult and trying time, and it is understandable that you just want to get on with your life. It’s important to remember, though, that the financial side of the divorce will probably impact you for a long time. It’s worth taking a little time to ensure that the settlement is fair, equitable, and just. It’s worth taking a little time to ensure that both sides are being honest and open about their assets and income. It’s worth taking a little time to ensure that you understand the long-term implications of your settlement and support agreements, and that you know how your divorce will impact your lifestyle and your retirement.
We work with divorce attorneys and divorcing parties to analyze the financial and tax impact of divorce, to develop creative financial settlements, and to keep both sides honest. And we work with divorcing clients to develop budgets and retirement planning to ensure that the next chapter in their life will be successful.
Certified Divorce Financial Analysts (CDFA TM) have the financial expertise to forecast the long-term effects of proposed divorce settlements. At Divorce Strategies Inc, we combine that expertise with skills gained in years of practice as a Certified Public Accountant, Certified Fraud Examiner, and Certified Internal Auditor. We analyze the assets, liabilities, income, and expenses of both parties, search for unreported assets or income where necessary, and provide information regarding an equitable division of assets, tax consequences, health care coverage, alimony, child support and more.
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