20 Oct Getting Good Financial Advice Regarding Your Divorce
We know that a cancer diagnosis doesn't come with a pause button on life, and that often individuals are forced to cope with difficult life changes in the midst of treatment and recovery. Today we share some expert advice from financial planner Kristi Sullivan about how to deal with divorce and finances.
If you are going through or contemplating a divorce, first of all, I’m sorry. That is a terrible time for all involved.
Other than custody of minor children, the biggest sticking point is how to divide assets.
There are financial planners who have extra education in this area and the most recognized certification is CDFA (Certified Divorce Financial Analyst™). I do not hold this designation, but I do believe it’s important to engage the services of a CDFA™ so that your settlement makes the most sense from a financial and tax standpoint. Lawyers won’t be the best guides for that.
Here is an article to make you aware of some pitfalls and strategies when dividing assets in a divorce.
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