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What is a CDFA?

The role of the CDFA® is to assist the client and his/her lawyer to understand how the financial decisions he/she makes today will impact the client’s financial future.

Your Financial Professional

How to choose and work with a financial professional to achieve  the best possible outcome to your divorce.

Financial Professionals: Who's Who

What do those letters that follow the names of financial experts mean? Here's an introduction to some common designations.

Divorce, Recession Style

The way that couples – and the professionals assisting them – are dealing with divorce has had to change dramatically to keep up with today’s financial realities.

Advice from a Judge

A Family Court Judge talks about effective preparation for court – and how to achieve results in court by utilizing all available resources.

Working with your Lawyer

How to save time and money – and achieve the best possible outcome.

Top Ten Divorce Tips

Certified Divorce Financial Analysts offer their tips to help you sidestep some common divorce-related problems.

Financial Health Check-up

Take this short quiz to find out whether you get a clean bill of financial health – or if you require emergency care.

Avoiding Common Divorce Pitfalls

Certified Divorce Financial Analysts™ offer their best tips to help you avoid some of the most common mistakes made by divorcing people.

Discovering your Financial Reality

Understanding your financial situation will give you a sense of control over your life – before, during, and after divorce.

Surviving Financially after Divorce

How to prepare yourself to deal with the financial realities of divorce.

Tips: Avoiding Financial Traps

Here are some tips to help you avoid some of the common financial pitfalls of divorce.

Negotiating your Future

When you’re negotiating your divorce settlement, preparation is the key to success. Are you really ready to negotiate your future?

Avoiding Financial Disaster

Here are some tips to help you avoid some of the common financial pitfalls of divorce.

Settlement and Separation Agreements

What you need to know before creating a settlement or separation agreement.

Making your Case for Spousal Support

Many states and provinces consider your marital standard of living and your pre-divorce lifestyle as major factors in awarding spousal support. Here’s how to make sure the financial documents you create will work for you and not against you.

Understanding Spousal Support

What you need to know right now about spousal support: in Canada and the United States.

Prenuptial Agreements and Marriage Contracts

If you’re thinking of taking the plunge for a second time, you should seriously consider having a prenuptial agreement or marriage contract in place before you walk down the aisle.

Protecting your Credit Score

Protecting your credit score during divorce.

Who Gets What? Dividing Property During Divorce

Divorce is a time of emotional stress. It can be difficult to decide which property is "yours," "mine,""ours," or "theirs." Here are some pointers.