Matrimonial Litigation Support
If a person wishes to terminate his/her marriage in New York, he or she may file for a divorce in a divorce proceeding. The court will terminate the marriage and determine the rights and responsibilities of the divorcing parties regarding child custody, child visitation, child support and spousal support. The court will also redistribute martial assets.
Once a marriage has broken down and a decision is made by one or both parties to divorce, the impact can be devastating. Divorce is devastating, not only to the individuals involved, but also to the children, family, friends and employers of the divorcing couple. Divorce not only has a traumatic emotional impact but a financial impact as well. Because of the financial complexity of many divorces, more and more financial professionals are being asked to play an active role helping individuals and attorneys sort through the financial issues related to divorce. Attorneys, mediators, arbitrators, and judges are looking for experts that are knowledgable about the financial issues of divorce.
A certified divorce financial analyst (CDFA) is someone who can examine the financial issues of your divorce and provide you and your attorney with powerful data to support your case.
A CDFA professional is trained to:
- Help determine the short term and long term financial impact of proposed divorce settlement using powerful proprietary software.
- Offer valuable insight into the pros and cons of different settlement proposals.
- Help you avoid the common financial pitfalls of divorce
- Create personalized reports and graphs illustrating the financial status, cash flow and net worth of both parties.
A CDFA professional can help you understand that your marriage may be over, but the rest of your life is still ahead. Working with a CDFA professional can increase your chances of reaching a settlement that fully addresses your long-term financial needs, securing your financial future.
We at Accredited Business Consultants, Inc. offer our clients a peace of mind that their settlement is financially feasible for both spouses. Our role is to examine and analyze the financial implications and after tax results of dividing property and providing or receiving child and/or spousal support.
Are you ready to secure your future? Then do not hesitate to pickup your phone and call us.