Divorce Planning

Kitty Bressington, Certified Divorce Financial Analyst

Learn more about divorce financial planning

Divorce can be scary. However, understanding your financial future can help to alleviate some of the fear. The average length of the U.S. divorce process is one year. In the beginning stages of the process, you and your spouse spend a great deal of time trying to get a clear understanding of the financial aspects. Certified Divorce Financial Analysts® (CDFA®) work in partnership with your attorney or mediator to help you avoid costly mistakes and develop a clearer view of your current and future financial situation.

Certified Divorce Financial Analysts can handle many of the financial pieces of your divorce process such as understanding marital assets, investment statements and re-creating a forensic asset trail regarding bank statements, retirement plans, and investment accounts. Kitty Bressington, CFP®, CDFA®, can explain the financial aspects of your pending decisions and help to empower you to make educated decisions throughout the process.

The financial ramifications of a divorce can be devastating. But, with proper planning and expert help from professionals specializing in financially equitable divorce settlements, you can increase your chances of arriving at a settlement that fully addresses your long-term financial needs. What’s missing in most divorce processes is financial expertise. Kitty can forecast the long-term effects of your settlement, which can help you approach a settlement that fully addresses you and your spouse’s financial needs and capabilities.