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- The Changing Landscape
Lili A. Vasileff, CFP®, CDFA™
M. Palatnik, PhD, CFP®, CDFA™, AAMS
There are noticeable new trends in divorce that affect both the legal process
and the financial strategies required to help clients move past it. These
trends include an increased reliance on alternative dispute resolution (ADR)
methods, including development of a new modality called collaborative divorce,
which are gradually moving divorce out of the courtroom
Divorce: How a Neutral Financial Professional Can Help You
Voit, CDFA™, LMHC
The model of Collaborative Divorce offers a team of professionals who can help
you create a successful path. One of the team members, a neutral financial
professional, can help both of you achieve a fair and equitable financial
Part One of a Two-Part Article on The Evolving Role of the Divorce Financial Analyst in Collaborative Divorce by Pauline Tesler, Recipient of the 2009 ADFP Pioneering Award.
This is a great third-party piece you can use to promote your role in the collaborative process. Part Two will be posted next month. This year's Pioneering Award honoree, Ginita Wall, founder of the Second Saturday program, WIFE.org and The Money Club will be actively participating in our 8th Annual Conference. Register now to interact with her, our other distinguished speakers and guests and some of the nest and most experienced divorce financial planners in the business. See you soon!