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Accountants An accountant is an important part of the team of professionals that will guide you through your divorce. An accountant can help you outline the cash flow and income tax implications of your settlement. They can assist in determining who will benefit the most from claiming children as dependants, as well as claiming deductions for mortgage interest and taxes for jointly held real estate after the divorce is finalized. A forensic accountant may be necessary if there is a business that needs to be valued for equitable distribution.
Divorce Planners A divorce planner or coach can help organize, encourage, prepare and prioritize for those going through a divorce. Divorce Coaches are not therapists or lawyers. They advise people going through a divorce how to work more effectively with their lawyer, therapist accountant or financial planner.
Family Counselors Therapists A divorce counselor or therapist can help people deal with the divorce process, adjust to the transitions and help families recover from divorce. Family therapists who specialize in divorce can help structure a child focused and thoughtful parenting plan to suit the children's changing emotional and developmental needs as well as the family's schedule.

The involvement of a divorce counselor or therapist will also help both parties communicate their post-divorce expectations effectively and in a civilized manner. A divorce counselor can also help find support groups and organizations for those whose lives are touched by the divorce, including the children.
Financial Planners A divorce financial analyst or planner is a trained professional who specializes in financial analysis or marital assets, such as real estate, investment accounts, pensions and/or a business to be split in a divorce. A financial planner can forecast the long-term effects of the property settlement agreement. If alimony is an issue they can also advise how much alimony should be and the most effective way to structure it. If you are divorcing and have accumulated marital assets or, you own a business with your soon to be ex you should consider hiring a divorce financial planner.
Private Investigators There are many reasons to hire a private investigator during a divorce. One of the most common reasons is to uncover hidden assets. Private investigators often have access to financial databases and information that you may not. Do you think your spouse is cheating, cohabitating or even abusing or neglecting your children? If you answered yes to any of these questions you may need to hire a private investigator.
Legal Document Assistance Legal Document Assistants once known as Independent Paralegals are experienced professionals authorized to prepare legal documents for a client, but only at the direction of the client. In other words, a legal document assistant is there to assist the "self-help" client handle their own legal matters without the cost of an attorney. A legal document assistant is NOT a Lawyer. By law, they cannot give you legal advice or represent you in the courts in any matter. For those who feel comfortable representing themselves, a legal document assistant can be an affordable solution.


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