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In your divorce process, what was the best aspect of using a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst?
I have to confess there was no such person within my reach at the time of divorce. I'm talking about the conditions for divorce in Ireland. It was just a case of the lawyer making out a quick budget and offering it to the other side.
The final result was not satisfactory and how I wish I'd had an expert to help out with the arrangement.
As a a result of poor judgement by both myself and the lawyer, i haven't faired well since, though I can't blame the lawyer for that. Little or no provision was made for future needs etc.,and this is showing now as we are talking about 10 years on.
An analyst...I like the word.
What Certified Divorce Financial Analyst? I obtained my divorce in California three days before 9/11. I paid my attorney to handle my divorce so I could start my life all over again. The only thing I asked from the judge was my maiden name back. And, I've been doing just fine ever since.
Arlene and cshpublish - you both hit on both ends of the spectrum with the financial aspects of a completed divorce. Most folks don't know that CDFA's exist, which begs the question - are they a "best kept secret" in the divorce process or a bad idea? So, looking for real experiences that may shed some light on the topic and perhaps help avoid cshpublish's experience.
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