Shepherd Financial Partners | What Is a Certified Divorce Analyst and Do You Really Need One?
Shepherd Financial Partners is an independent, full-service financial and wealth management practice. Our goal is to provide you with superior, comprehensive financial and wealth management services in the context of a personal, long-term commitment.
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What Is a Certified Divorce Analyst and Do You Really Need One?

What Is a Certified Divorce Analyst and Do You Really Need One?

What Does a Certified Divorce

Financial Analyst Do?

Putting it simply, a CDFA is a training financial professional who can help you navigate the financial aspects of divorce.

Certified divorce financial analysts focus on the long-term financial effects of divorce. Areas of expertise include alimony, dividing property, determining the future value of retirement and pension funds, and calculating how any divorce payments (think: alimony). Basically, they focus on anything will affect your long-term financial picture in the case of divorce.

A certified divorce financial analyst can also help you determine the cost of living as it relates to inflation, to ensure that your assets are divided fairly and you aren’t shortchanging yourself when negotiating a divorce settlement.

What Services Do They Provide?

A certified divorce financial analyst helps you split up assets in the case of divorce, focusing on both short and long-term financial values of your assets and how it can affect you later in life.

What is a CDFA and Do you Really Need One.275

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