The Financial Neutral in a Collaborative Divorce - Equitable Divorce Solutions
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The Financial Neutral in a Collaborative Divorce

A CDFA® in a Collaborative Divorce provides neutral representation to both parties. Acting in this capacity, the financial neutral will:

  • Help the couple organize and understand their current financial situation and options for the future
  • Present unbiased financial advice to both parties and other members of the collaborative divorce team (attorneys and coaches)
  • Prepare reports that the couple can use to make educated and informed decisions including
    • Budget Reports (current and projected)
    • Property Statements
    • Statements of Net Worth
    • Detail of Tax Analysis Report
    • After-Tax Cash Flow Spreadsheets (current and projected)
    • Sale of Real Estate Report
    • Pension Valuation Analysis and Summary
    • Child Support and Alimony Reports
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