Why do you offer divorce financial analysis?

Titanium Taxes & Business Consulting: Expertise Tailored to Your Financial Goals

At Titanium Taxes & Business Consulting, we collaborate with our clients to provide customized services that cater to their unique financial needs. We pride ourselves on our technical expertise, industry insights, and unwavering commitment to timely and effective communication. All of these attributes are geared towards one ultimate objective—helping you achieve your financial milestones.

Divorce Financial Analysis

Why We Offer Divorce Financial Analysis Services

A Message from David Neugart, Founder

"In 2012, I personally navigated the complexities of divorce and discovered firsthand the emotional and financial toll it can take. Given my background in Financial Planning since 1995, I recognized a dire need for specialized expertise in the divorce financial planning sector. The life-altering decisions made during divorce proceedings have repercussions that can last for decades. Far too often, emotional turbulence leads to financial choices made in haste—choices that can profoundly impact not only your financial future but also the well-being of your family and your ability to co-parent effectively. Utilizing years of expertise, our dedicated team of consultants and I aim to be a pivotal part of your support network, helping you emerge from this period both financially stable and emotionally resilient."

Divorce Financial Analysis: Your Financial Guide Through Separation

What Is a Divorce Financial Analyst (DFA)?

During one of life's most emotionally charged experiences, handling complex financial decisions can add another layer of stress. A Divorce Financial Analyst (DFA) is a certified financial expert specializing in navigating the nuanced monetary aspects that arise during divorce proceedings.

What Can a DFA Do for You?

A DFA can either work solely on your behalf or act as a financial mediator between you and your spouse. It is crucial to note that a DFA complements, but does not replace, legal advice from a qualified divorce attorney.

A DFA's expertise includes:

  • Division of Marital Assets
  • Settlement Negotiations and Analysis
  • Housing Considerations
  • Debt Reconciliation
  • Alimony and Child Support Calculations
  • Tax Planning and Consequences
  • Retirement Portfolio Assessment
  • Healthcare Coverage Options
  • Post-Divorce Financial Strategy

Why Consult a DFA?

Navigating divorce with complex financial assets requires specialized knowledge. Making errors or oversights during this emotional juncture can have enduring financial implications. A DFA offers you the targeted expertise needed to make informed decisions that safeguard your future.

Getting Started

Initiating a consultation is straightforward. Contact our office to schedule an appointment. To expedite the process, please start collating the following documents:

  • Bank statements for the last 12 months from all checking and savings accounts
  • IRS Tax Returns for the last two years, including all schedules, W-2s, and 1099s
  • Most recent paycheck stubs for both parties
  • Recent account statements for all brokerage and securities accounts
  • A list of all real estate properties currently owned or sold in the last 12 months

Armed with these details, we are better equipped to provide you with the comprehensive financial analysis that you require during this pivotal period of your life.

Visit our set of Financial Calculators for quick answers on topics such as your IRA, investments, your child's college tuition, and your mortgage or credit card calculations.

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