Financial Considerations For Women Going Through A Divorce

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July 18, 2013 ‐ By Candace Smith
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Even as we are in the throes of wedding season, there are many other couples currently going through a more somber state of affairs: divorce. During this emotional and tense time in anyone’s life, one should consider hiring a certified divorce financial analyst (CDFA), along with an attorney, to help you plan your financial future today. CDFA (as well as CPA, AIFA, and AIF) Monica M. Garver from Prime Solutions Advisors, has some financial tips for women to consider while forging ahead with a divorce from their spouse.

Ms. Garver, a Duquesne University graduate (BS in accounting), is a certified financial planner and investment advisor, along with being a certified divorce financial analyst. A CDFA, such as Ms. Garver, examines the financial issues of divorce and works with clients and their attorneys to provide data that supports their case. For women seeking to divorce their spouses, Ms. Garver works with these women to determine their financial well-being beyond the finalizing of their divorce. This financial planning can range from retirement planning, estate planning, and working with their investment portfolios to the specialized designation of the certified divorce financial analyst.

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