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Divorce Calculators

Divorce is largely about money and making smart financial decisions, such as how to make the most tax advantageous allocation between child support and alimony, how best to equitably divide the marital home and other marital property or how to avoid alimony recapture, often requires calculations by divorce financial planning specialists with sophisticated divorce calculators.

Divorce Financial Planners come from a variety of backgrounds and different levels of experience. Many are CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ practitioners. Some have also been trained and certified by the Institute for Divorce Financial Analysts and awarded the designation Certified Divorce Financial Analyst or CDFA (formerly the Institute for Certified Divorce Planners, Certified Divorce Planner and CDP). Others have received training or designations from other schools or have extensive hands-on experience working with people going through divorce and their mediators or attorneys. Hiring a divorce financial planner can both potentially save you money and get you better results. It is important, however, that you hire a knowledgeable and experienced planner you feel comfortable working with.

Family Law Software

The Association of Divorce Financial Planners has endorsed Family Law Software. We believe Family Law Software is the best, most sophisticated and most comprehensive divorce financial planning software available. Many of our members regularly use Family Law Software in their divorce financial planning practices.

Free Divorce Calculators

Family Law Software has been kind enough to allow us to include some of its calculators on www.DivorceandFinance.org. You can use the following Family Law Software divorce calculators online. You fill in a form with your information and they will run the Family Law Software Divorce Calculators to generate a report. The report is then sent by e-mail to you. These online calculators are FREE.

  • Income and Tax Calculator. Figure your and your spouse's income after alimony, support, and taxes. Ask "what if" questions about tax decisions involving alimony, support, claiming exemptions, paying the mortgage, paying child care and more.
  • Property Division Calculator. Figure a property division you can live with. You enter a proposed settlement for each spouse's home, cars, cash, pension, mortgage and other debts. Then see how close you are to your desired overall percentage split.
  • "Alimony Buyout" Calculator . See what one-time "alimony buyout" will cover a proposed series of alimony payments.
  • Monthly Payment Calculator. See what monthly alimony payment has a value equal to a proposed "alimony buyout" property settlement.
  • Sale of Home Calculator. Estimate how much money each party will keep after a sale of your home, assuming favorable tax treatment.
  • Alimony Recapture Calculator. See whether your proposed alimony payments will have to be "recaptured" and reported as income under the tax rules.

You can use these easy-to-use calculators to begin the process of taking control of your financial situation and make smarter decisions about alimony, who claims the exemptions, who pays the mortgage, child care, property division, selling your home, pensions and more.

For additional information about the Association of Divorce Financial Planners or divorce financial planning or for help in locating a divorce financial planning practitioner in your area, call 888-838-7773 or Click Here.