Willing to walk away from money or assets just to get through your divorce
Concerned with the present and not looking to the future
You will benefit by...
Understanding how the settlement will affect your future
Basing your decision on objective and accurate numbers – not emotion
Getting expert advice about your own financial needs
Gaining the confidence and self-assurance you need to manage your finances
You will receive...
Help determine the short and long-term financial impact of a proposed divorce settlement
Insight into the pros and cons of different settlement proposals
Personalized scenarios to illustrate the financial status, cash flow and net worth of both parties
You will understand...
Personal vs. marital property
Valuing and dividing property
Division of pensions
Alimony and child support
Splitting the house
Tax impact and solutions
“The settlement you choose today will affect the rest of your life.”
-Certified Divorce Financial Analyst Dawn Litchfield Brown
Should you hire an attorney?
Yes, the CDFA may assist the attorney, but may not give legal advice. A CDFA will complement an attorney’s expertise through detailed financial analyses and alternatives.
Can a CDFA act as a mediator?
The CDFA may be present to explain the calculations during mediation, attorney meetings, and in court.
How do you charge?
This is a fee-based service. A contract outlining the fee and services will be provided, following an initial one-hour complimentary consultation. While our preference is to be hired by the attorney, in many cases we are hired directly by the client.
“Choosing an Investment Firm is like trying on shoes. The fit should be comfortable, affordable and meet your needs. When the fit is right, you’ll know it.”
Dawn Litchfield Brownnaplesmoneymanagers.com
“We promise Honesty Above All Else – Accessibility – Experience – Personalized Service – Calming Guidance.”