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What is a CDFA®?
Certified Divorce Financial Analyst
A CDFA® is one who specializes in the financial issues surrounding divorce. The role of the Certified Divorce Financial Analyst includes acting as an advisor to one party’s divorce lawyer, or as a mediator for both parties. A CDFA® uses their knowledge of tax law, asset distribution, and short- and long-term financial planning to achieve an equitable settlement.
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|Attorney(s)||Mediator||Emerald City Divorce|
|Document Preparation and Filing||✔||✔|
|Confidential and Private||✔||✔|
|Assisted Settlement Negotiation||✔||✔|
|Preserves the Family||✔||✔|
|Creative Financial Guidance||✔||✔|
|Advanced Tax Planning||✔|
|Proper Valuation of Assets||✔|
|20 year financial plan for both parties||✔|
|Package Pricing for Transparency||✔|
|Expertise in Complex Financial Situations||✔|
|Average Price||$5,000-$10,000||$7,000-15,000||Starting at $3,000**|
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**Our fees only increase when we can save you more money!
Work with the only professionals in the divorce realm that can actually give you advice on the smartest way to structure your settlement so that both of you get to keep more of your own money. Our pricing is transparent, flat-fee pricing based on the complexity of your finances. Schedule your initial consultation today so your divorce won’t result in financial devastation.
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