Why Choose a CFDP®?
Despite the sizeable number of divorces each year, family law attorneys and most mediators are not trained in the complexities of tax laws and pension plan evaluations necessary in understanding the financial implications of divorce.
Certified Financial Divorce Practitioners® provide expertise on the financial consequences of property settlements, alimony and maintenance, as well as the valuation of pensions and calculation of tax consequences of stock and home sales. They are professionals who bring the skills of financial planning to an emotionally charged situation and provide the necessary tools for the client to make sound financial decisions.
Nicole Brucker, CFDP®
Nicole Brucker became a CFDP® after having experienced a divorce herself. She saw how difficult it can be to make important financial decisions while overwhelmed with the emotions that come with divorce. Her goal is to empower clients by providing as much information as possible in order to help those who are contemplating divorce or in the process of divorcing navigate the financial complexities of their situation. By providing emotional support, as well as financial guidance, she can help you move through this difficult time and gain control of your financial future.