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A CDFA® professional can help minimize the financial impact of divorce.
By Robert Harty, CDFA®
Senior Vice President
Wealth Management Financial Professional
Divorce can be painful in a number of ways. Not only is divorce an emotional and complicated transition, untangling the intricacies of combined finances can complicate the separation process and potentially inflict lasting damage to your finances.
Even if you’ve kept your finances separate from the start of your marriage, certain laws and divorce negotiations can still have unfavorable effects on your finances. A Certified Divorce Financial Analyst® professional, or CDFA® professional, can help you arrive at a fair settlement agreement—one that supports the short- and long-term financial needs of you, your spouse, and your family.
As you decide how to handle your divorce, the following are five ways a CDFA® professional can help keep your financial life on track during and well after the settlement process:
A Partnership for Your Financial Life
A CDFA® professional can give you the guidance you need during a divorce, so you can lead a fruitful and stable financial life afterward. To learn more, find a financial professional near you or call 214.953.4000.
Schedule a call with Rob Harty, CDFA®.
This information should not be utilized as a substitute for legal, accounting, or professional advice. If legal advice or other expert assistance is required, the services of a qualified professional must be sought. Even though Certified Divorce Financial Analyst® professionals are aware of the law, they do not practice law and do not give legal advice. The information may not apply to your unique situation. This information does not take the place of a lawyer, accountant, financial planner, therapist, etc.; for professional advice, you must seek counsel from the appropriate professional.
Rob Harty, CDFA®, is a Financial Advisor with Hilltop Securities Inc. (HTS) and may act as a Financial Advisor outside of his CDFA® obligations. HTS makes no claim that the use of this communication will assure a successful outcome.
HTS is a registered broker-dealer, registered investment adviser and municipal advisor firm that does not provide tax or legal advice. This document is not an offer or a solicitation of an offer to buy or sell any investment or other specific product or service.HTS is a wholly owned subsidiary of Hilltop Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: HTH) located at 1201 Elm Street, Suite 3500, Dallas, Texas 75270. Member: NYSE/FINRA/SIPC.