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CDFA Advocacy in Cleveland, Ohio

Why You Should Use a CDFA

Advocacy for Your Future

A Certified Divorce Financial Analyst is the advocate in your corner with the right training and experience to help you through your dissolution.

Proper Perspective

A Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA) is in a unique position to provide specific education and guidance to individuals in the process of terminating their marriage.

Financial Experience

A CDFA knows what financial information needs to be gathered and organized so predictions can be made based on the contemplated scenarios.

The Right Tools for You

A CDFA specializes in divorce settlements and uses customized financial software specifically created for the division of assets and support examination associated with the termination of the marriage. This unique focus gives the CDFA tools and experience to advocate for my clients. The CDFA provides financial guidance during divorce in a way for which neither an attorney nor a general financial advisor is equipped. For this reason, I receive many of my clients on a referral basis from family law attorneys who want the very best for their clients in all aspects of the process. My office assists those throughout Westlake, Rocky River, and Strongsville, Ohio.

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Saving Time and Money

Retaining a CDFA first in the process of divorce helps clients save money. There are many factors such as tax implications and evolving household budgets that the CDFA can help my clients navigate with confidence. Having a fully-informed understanding of the available financial options and their long-term effects saves time. Instead of going back and forth with uncertain settlement proposals, clients are able to move through the process of divorce with clarity.

Less Uncertainty and Stress

Having a CDFA by your side through the difficult process of divorce will help mitigate the extreme stress and uncertainty that accompanies the termination of your marriage.

"You shouldn’t put your future in the hands of a judge who doesn’t know you and go sit in the hallway and wait for a judgment to determine your fate."

—Rebecca S. Murphy