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As a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA), Marcy specializes in financial issues specific to divorce and uses this area of expertise to assist attorneys, CPAs and psychologists who have clients facing divorce.
Marcy is known for having a calming effect on her clients and helps them avoid making rushed or irrational decisions during this often emotional juncture. She finds fulfillment in helping people and in having the opportunity to make a positive difference in their lives.
How Marcy can benefit family law attorneys
As an attorney, analyzing the long-term financial implications of various key elements of the proposed divorce settlement is crucial – and probably an area where you could benefit greatly from experienced and specialized guidance.
Before you accept a final marital agreement, Marcy can serve as your partner in the evaluation process, analyzing the financial outcomes of different settlement scenarios. This can help you negotiate the most advantageous arrangement for your client.
Marcy can also review and offer analysis of business records, corporate benefit programs, tax returns, retirement plans and other financial data – invaluable information for preparing pre- and post-divorce budgets and financial affidavits.
Marcy’s input can help ensure that your clients receive an equitable settlement and help you provide solid justification for requesting spousal support as well as your recommended division of assets. Most of all, working with Marcy allows you to fully focus on your area of expertise – law.
How Marcy can benefit psychologists
A marital transition can greatly affect your clients emotionally and financially. Marcy can help your clients understand the financial consequences of divorce, set realistic expectations, and alleviate your clients’ concerns about receiving an equitable settlement – all invaluable assistance at this most vulnerable time. Providing clarity and understanding of their future financial situation can help alleviate the anxiety associated with divorce.
How Marcy can help you
Like other significant events, divorce requires careful planning in order to successfully navigate this stage in life. A marital transition can greatly affect you and your family not only emotionally, but financially as well. Whether you are newly divorced or presently going through a divorce, we can guide you through the financial issues of dividing assets and managing taxes – giving you an opportunity to move forward with your life.
Marcy’s expertise can help:
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