IDFA has adopted a Code of Ethics and Professional Responsibility (“Code”), which establishes minimum standards of acceptable professional conduct for individuals entitled to use the CDFA® certification mark and the marks CDFA® and Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (collectively, “the marks”). A CDFA designee’s use of the marks is a proclamation to the public that the CDFA designee is a person that members of the public can trust for advice regarding the financial aspects of divorce. A CDFA designee will be true to that trust, will hold inviolate the confidences of the client, and will competently fulfill his/her responsibilities to the client. Adherence to the Code is mandatory for all CDFA designees, and its provisions will be strictly enforced by  IDFA.

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Disciplinary Rules and Procedures

CDFA® Code of Ethics and Professional Responsibility

IDFA Refund Policy

CDFA® Practice Standards

ADA Accommodation Policy and Procedures