ADFP membership offers divorce financial planners the opportunity to become involved in building the future of the divorce financial planning profession. As an ADFP member you will be able to:
- Create a detailed profile in the publicly-searchable ADFP membership directory, giving you the opportunity to connect with fellow members, and for potential clients to find you
- Participate in high quality, cutting-edge educational programs delivered both face-to-face and via webinars, at discounted member-only rates.
- Earn the continuing education credits you need (CEU; CPE; CLE – NY, CT).
- Stay up-to-date on changes in the profession, upcoming educational programs and events, and resources of interest to you via our monthly newsletter.
- Contribute content to the ADFP website, newsletter, and on partner websites such as DoOver.com.
- Participate in active local chapters throughout the United States.
- Access marketing and public relations materials that promote the profession of divorce financial planning.
- Receive discounts with our key partners, including 50% off advertising on DivorceSource.com, 30% off the standard listing product on Divorcenet.com, 10% discount on identity theft protection, and 5% discount on long-term care insurance.
ADFP members are required to fulfill the following continuing education requirements:
- A minimum of 10 divorce financial planning-related continuing education (CE) credits each year
- Two continuing education credits in ethics every two years
- Maintain proof of satisfaction of continuing education requirements for a period of five years
Join an ADFP chapter and attend at least four hours of meetings each yearThough not required, it is also recommended that members attend the ADFP annual conference every two years.Review a comprehensive explanation of continuing education requirements in the ADFP Member Handbook.