The firm teamed up with the recognized website design and online marketing company Scorpion Design, Inc. The company designs websites for professionals throughout the U.S. The most recent site is dedicated exclusively to divorce advisors: http://www.njdivorceadvisors.com.
A visitor to the site will find it user-friendly and modern. A viewer can watch a member of the firm discuss divorce advisors and the important role they play in the divorce process. There is information about divorce financial planning and the related areas of retirement plans, child support, child custody, alimony, dispute resolution, business valuation, and more. It allows one to make contact online or by phone and get advice regarding a divorce.
The lead member of the group is a Certified Financial Planner, Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CEFA), has an MBA in Accounting. Memberships include the Financial Planning Association, International Association of Collaborative Professionals, Institute for Divorce Financial Analysts, and soon to become a certified New Jersey Family Law Mediator. He is an active member of the community volunteering at Centra State Healthcare Foundation and Allana Smiles Foundation. He offers advice to clients in all financial aspects of divorce that can include estate planning, property division, forensic accounting and other issues to settle during a divorce.
We invite you to visit the firm online or call to receive a confidential consultation. Contact a New Jersey Divorce Advisor today: http://www.njdivorceadvisors.com.
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The New Jersey Divorce Advisors help clients with the divorce process throughout the state of New Jersey. The firm offers a unique service to its clients by advising them of the financial aspects and how best to file for a divorce. Whether the couple is involved in a high net worth contested divorce or a simple estate with an uncontested divorce, there are always important decisions to make that can affect the future of the divorced couple and their children. Common issues involve child support, child custody, retirement plans, property division, and alimony or spousal support. Business valuation may be necessary if that is one of the assets or liabilities of the couple. A need may arise for forensic accounting for more complicated or intricate estates. The firm takes a practical and comprehensive approach to each case understanding that each family situation is unique as are the circumstances of a divorce. You can learn more about the firm at http://www.njdivorceadvisors.com.