Jan 26, 2018
Couples who opted to stay united over the holidays are calling it quits. Unfortunately, many people wait until it's too late to get good money management advice during their divorce. Certified Divorce Financial Analyst Cathy DeWitt Dunn can talk about how to avoid some of the most common money mistakes during a divorce and how to ease the financial pain of breaking up.
Certified Divorce Financial Analyst Cathy DeWitt Dunn It is also a Financial and Retirement Income Planning Professional with DeWitt and Dunn in Dallas, Texas. Cathy is also the driving force behind Annuity Watch USA and Women Money and Power- two education and resource websites designed to help consumers take control of their financial futures.
As a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA), Cathy is dedicated to helping her clients understand the financial aspects of divorce so that they can make educated decisions throughout the proceedings. As a trained advocate, Cathy thoroughly analyzes all financial-related manners including tax consequences, retirement plan division, continuing health care coverage, and more to help build strong cases that support her clients’ best interests.
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