At PCD all of our financial specialists are CPAs, in addition to holding other relevant certifications. Each couple selects and shares a neutral financial specialist who gathers, organizes and analyzes all of the couple’s financial information.
You save time and money when financial reports are prepared early in the collaborative divorce process. Your financial specialist answers your questions about your finances, budgets, or about the tax ramifications of different financial options.
By meeting early on with your financial specialist, you put all of your financial cards on the table in a way that enhances trust and reduces anxiety. Then, you are more fully prepared to meet with your collaborative attorneys. The information is used by the collaborative team to help you make decisions about support for partners and children, how assets and debts will be divided, and any other financial concerns you may have.
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