Divorce Financial Planning
The Financial Key To Your Divorce
The Association of Divorce Financial Planners (ADFP) is the membership organization for expert financial professionals committed to helping clients and attorneys navigate the financial and tax consequences of divorce.
If you are contemplating divorce and looking for more information, we encourage you to explore our public resources and Find a Planner search to locate a qualified divorce financial planner near you.
If you are a financial professional interested in using your expertise to help clients and attorneys navigate the financial and tax decisions of divorce, we hope you will take a few moments to learn more about ADFP and the resources and programming we offer our members.
How Can We Help?
Dividing The House - The marital home is perhaps the most emotionally laden asset in divorce. More than just an investment with financial value, the house is a repository of memories, hopes and dreams, items purchased together as a couple, as well as a safe haven for the children. …read more
401K - A 401(k) is often the most valuable asset being divided in a divorce. Many people don't realize the implications of dividing a 401(k). …read more
Child Support - The money the non-custodial parent pays to the custodial parent to help pay for the needs of the child based on a series of mathematical formulas that help derive the proper amount of child support that should be awarded, frequently through automatic wage deduction.
Spousal Support - Also referred to as alimony or maintenance, spousal support is financial support paid to one spouse from the other paid in one lump sum, installments, or by a schedule which can be temporary or permanent.
Retirement Savings - When you are dividing one house into two (metaphorically and realistically), you will likely need to reassess your previous retirement dreams and plans. …read more
Taxes - Decisions made during the divorce process can have long-term effects on federal and state income tax.