By Nadine Burns • December 15, 2016 • Comments Off on Introducing a New Path Divorce – Divorce Financial Planning
Thinking about Divorce?
The decision to divorce is life changing and there are many questions you may have, questions your attorney might not be able to fully answer. Questions that keep you up at night wondering about things like being able to afford the house after your divorce, how you will be able to educate your children, if you can use retirement funds early to help you re-establish yourself and so much more.
Having a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst as part of your divorce team can help you navigate those financial waters with increased clarity, can save time in the process and help establish a more equitable settlement for both parties.
Even after a divorce has been signed, a CDFA™ can help you determine an equitable amount for an alimony pay-off, bring up issues that might make you think about remarrying, determine how to use proceeds to restart your new life, and much more.