• DIVORCE FINANCIAL <BR> SOLUTIONS<br>
    DIVORCE FINANCIAL
    SOLUTIONS
    from the experts!
    Helping you to better understand
    your “share” during the divorce,
    after the divorce and after you’ve
    moved on from the divorce.
  • DIVORCE FINANCIAL <BR> SOLUTIONS<br>
    DIVORCE FINANCIAL
    SOLUTIONS
    from the experts!
    Helping you to better understand
    your “share” during the divorce,
    after the divorce and after you’ve
    moved on from the divorce.
  • DIVORCE FINANCIAL <BR> SOLUTIONS<br>
    DIVORCE FINANCIAL
    SOLUTIONS
    from the experts!
    Helping you to better understand
    your “share” during the divorce,
    after the divorce and after you’ve
    moved on from the divorce.
  • DIVORCE FINANCIAL <BR> SOLUTIONS<br>
    DIVORCE FINANCIAL
    SOLUTIONS
    from the experts!
    Helping you to better understand
    your “share” during the divorce,
    after the divorce and after you’ve
    moved on from the divorce.

Looking for an expert to navigate the finances during a divorce?

Divorce Financial Experts exists to help you during this difficult time. Call us today to speak to a consultant.

Honest & Trustworthy

Our focus is solely on the financial aspects of divorce. We do not sell financial products, but rather, utilize our taxation and accounting experience to get the most comprehensive data necessary in the most efficient, objective and pragmatic way possible.

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Well-being of Our Clients First

You, your family and your needs are unique. Divorce is a critical time in the life of a family. We help make it easier and walk you through each step.

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Getting in touch with us is easy! We have two Chicagoland locations to serve you. Contact us to schedule a consultation today.

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Why Choose Divorce Financial Experts? We'll Tell You!

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The decisions you make during your divorce will affect the rest of your life.  Just as important to know is that those same decisions are difficult, if not impossible to change without additional legal expense and court involvement.  But how do you know whether your divorce settlement will lead towards financial freedom or financial ruin down the road?  In these tough economic times, it’s crucial that you get the right information so that you can make sound financial – not emotional – decisions.

• What if child support doesn’t cover all of your child’s expenses?
• Do you know how much of your spousal support you’ll get to keep after taxes?
• What are the health care benefit options for you and your children?
• Are you really getting the assets you need for your unique circumstances?
• Are you sure you can afford to keep the house?
• Do you understand the tax implications of dividing retirement accounts?
• Do you know that there are a multitude of settlement options that you may not have
considered?

Divorce Financial Experts will show you how to avoid some of the most common financial mistakes people make during the divorce process – as well as show you the sources of money that may be available to you as a result of your divorce.

Top Five Reasons Why You Need Us.

  • 1) Financial analysis conducted early in the divorce process can save time.

    The average length of the U.S. divorce process is one year.  In the beginning stages of the process, both parties spend a great deal of time trying to get a clear understanding of the financial aspects and terminology of the separation.  A Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA) professional can explain all financial aspects of the pending decisions and help to empower their client to make educated decisions throughout the proceedings.

  • 2) A CDFA can help their client save money
    during the divorce process.

    By using a CDFA professional, you can have a clearer view of your financial future.  Only then can you approach a legal settlement that fully addresses your financial needs and capabilities.  A legal settlement that floats back and forth between attorneys, without the client having a clear understanding of all financial ramifications, can be detrimental, time consuming and expensive.  CDFA professional’s can educate their clients by providing a thorough knowledge and understanding of the often-complicated financial decisions.

  • 3) A CDFA can help his/her clients to avoid
    long-term financial pitfalls related to divorce agreements.

    Working with a client and their attorney, a CDFA professional can forecast the long-term effects of the divorce settlement.  This includes details of all tax liabilities and benefits.  Developing a long-term forecast for their financial situation is far better than a short-term snapshot.  Financial decisions must be made that not only take care of immediate family needs, but retirement needs as well.

  • 4) CDFA professional's can assist their clients with developing detailed household budgets to help avoid post-divorce financial struggles.

    A CDFA professional can help clients think through what the divorce will really cost in the long run and develop a realistic monthly budget during the financial analysis process.  Expenses such as life insurance, health insurance and cost of living increases must be taken into consideration when agreeing on a final financial settlement.

  • 5) Using a CDFA professional can reduce the amount of apprehension and misunderstanding about the divorce process.

    Misinformation and misconceptions about the divorce process can be detrimental.  Many have false expectations that they will be able to secure a divorce settlement allowing them to continue with their accustomed style of living.  Financial divorce analysis helps to ensure a good, stable economic future and prevent long-term regret with financial decisions made during the divorce process.

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A Wealth of Experience.

A Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA)
is a divorce advisor who comes from a financial planning, accounting, or legal background and goes through an intensive training program to become skilled at analyzing and providing expertise on the financial issues of divorce.
CDFA’s are accredited by the Institute for Divorce Financial Analysts™ (IDFA™), which is the premier national organization dedicated to the certification, education, and promotion of the use of financial professionals in the divorce arena.  CDFA’s must successfully complete four exams offered by the IDFA™, be in good standing with any governmental regulatory agencies, and complete 15 hours of continuing education courses every two years.

Testimonials

  • “…After having had the opportunity to use Mr. Muduryan on several, complex matters, I found him to be excellent in his integrity, professionalism and ability to quickly analyze data and disseminate his opinions and findings in such manner as to make it easy for me to explain it to other attorneys, my clients and the court…”
    - William G. Phillips - Attorney, Read More

 

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