Divorce Financial Analysis

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“Do you have a vision of your life after divorce?

When I ask people who are divorcing what keeps them awake at night, they almost always say, ‘The financial stuff.’ They don’t know if a divorce settlement will be fair and provide for the life they envision and their critical financial needs after they end their marriage.

Whether you are working with a mediator, a collaborative team, or an attorney in a possibly settled or litigated case, preparation and an understanding of your financial needs will help you negotiate with confidence. During negotiations, I will provide you with a detailed financial analysis of any proposed settlement. As discussions continue, my ongoing analysis shows how the changes will affect the life of both spouses, for 10-30 years into the future.

This clear picture allows the divorcing couple and their family to make important, long-term decisions before they sign the agreement. Decisions on spousal maintenance, child support, tax issues, education, the division or sale of property, retirement funding, everyday budgeting and much more.

A fair and equitable financial settlement helps the family move through this difficult time in life and still maintain the important relationships that really matter. Remember, your children are watching.”

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To learn more about how we can assist you with your unique needs, contact us at 425.954.8500 or drop us a line. We offer a range of services, tailored to your specific needs, budget and lifestyle.

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Office Address:

Celia L Griffin, CPA, PLLC

19125 North Creek Parkway, Suite 120

Bothell, WA 98011

425-954-8500, phone & fax



CDFA’s help clients determine the short term and long term financial impact of any proposed divorce settlement. They also provide valuable information on financial issues that are related to the divorce, such as tax consequences, dividing pension plans, continued health care coverage, stock option elections and much more. CDFA’s also help attorneys by helping the client make financial sense of proposals. CDFA’s offer attorneys another tool to assist their clients.

Credentials: Certified Public Accountant, Certified Divorce Financial Analyst