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CDFA, Divorce and Finance

What Is The Difference Between a CDFA® And An Attorney?

by Kristen Hilty

An attorney is an expert in divorce law, but does not necessarily have solutions for financial details when ending your marriage and why consulting a CDFA® at the beginning of the process is so important.

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Can a Divorce Mediator Truly Be Neutral?

by Kristen Hilty

A mediator’s job is not to judge who is right or wrong. Their job is to make sure the final settlement of your divorce takes care of you and your needs.

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Better Divorce LLC Resources

4 Divorce Resources

by Kristen Hilty

You can’t go through divorce alone and with the many resources available to help you, you can survive and thrive.

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Why A CDFA®

by Kristen Hilty

A CDFA® can help bring greater understanding to your situation and assist you in making smart choices throughout the divorce process.

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Educate Yourself

by Kristen Hilty

You’ve made the decision to divorce, but have no idea how to proceed. Where do you start?

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I FEEL TRAPPED! Getting Through a Global Pandemic

by Kristen Hilty

Tips to survive a global pandemic for parents who are divorced/separated and sharing custody of children.

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Identifying Financial Infidelity

by Kristen Hilty

The emotional devastation of divorce, even when there is no romantic infidelity, can distract us from noticing another potentially devastating type of infidelity that can show itself in various ways.

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Living in Divorce Limbo?

by Kristen Hilty

When you are under all this stress and your life has been turned upside down and you barely recognize yourself, you’re living in divorce limbo.

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How to Prepare for Divorce Mediation

by Kristen Hilty

“I’ll get my day in court!” We’ve all heard someone say this. Guess what…You really don’t want your day in court!

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If Valentine’s Day Is the Final Straw

by Kristen Hilty

Most couples going through divorce know when some level of Spousal Support/Maintenance aka Alimony is needed, but have no idea how much or for how long. Most attorneys will go by your budget numbers, which in my experience are almost never accurate.

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