Corpus Christi’s bayfront gazebos, miradores del mar (Spanish for “overlooks by the sea”), are based on structures in Morocco, Mexico and Spain. That’s something to see during your world travels.
The Institute for Divorce Financial Analysts (IDFA™) is the premier national organization dedicated to the certification, education and promotion of the use of financial professionals in the divorce arena.
The CDFA designation helps advisors specialize in the financial issues surrounding divorce. The role of the CDFA includes acting as an advisor to one party's divorce lawyer, or as a mediator for both parties. A CDFA uses his or her knowledge of tax law, asset distribution, and short- and long-term financial planning to achieve an equitable settlement.
To become a CDFA, a person must have three years of financial planning or legal experience. After attaining the proper work experience, candidates are required to complete a four-step modular program and exam designed by the IDFA. The program is a self-study system, covering financial and tax issues, with case studies of divorce settlements.
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