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WHO WE HELP

Typically, there is a spouse of greater means, be it due to earnings or family wealth, who will be expected to pay, or support the other spouse. There is also usually a spouse who for any number of circumstances will be seeking and receiving financial support. DFA is the resource for spouses in both dynamics.

DFA is a professional resource for divorce attorneys representing clients in both scenarios.

The benefits of DFA’s services to spouses and their attorneys in both categories are similar. There are, however, important distinctions that must be understood and appreciated to properly value DFA’s beneficial role to every client and professional alliance.

SUPPORTING SPOUSE

The spouse required to pay or provide some form of support

Identify true income and assets

Identify true ability to pay

Properly categorize income and expenses, assets and liabilities

Avoid paying more than your fair share

Obtain an accurate and complete financial picture to begin negotiations and to inform all future negotiations

Are you prepared to enter these negotiations with less than all the information?

RECIPIENT SPOUSE

The spouse who shall receive payment or some form of support

Identify true income and assets

Identify true need for support

Properly categorize income and expenses, assets and liabilities

Receive a comprehensive explanation of detailed financial information and jargon that may be entirely new or foreign to you

Receive actionable, accurate, detailed financial information to begin negotiation and inform all future negotiations

Ensure your expectations are realistic and attainable

Optimize the probability that you will receive your fair share

Are you prepared to base your financial future on a trust you already know to be irretrievably broken?

FAMILY LAW ATTORNEYS

Attorneys representing supporting and recipient spouses

Identify true income and assets

Properly categorize income and expenses, assets and liabilities

Help manage your client’s expectations

Confidently begin and sustain negotiations

Avoid pitfalls and missteps that can negatively impact your client’s case or standing

Craft a financial game plan to achieve success

Help develop comprehensive financial interrogatories for deposition and/or trial

Optimize your efforts with accurate, complete and current information.