You know that you only have one chance to get your settlement right and you don't want to make a mistake
You want to craft a proposal that is equitable and present it to your spouse
You have your settlement offer but you have no idea if it will be enough to live on
You're not sure if the proposal is fair
You trusted your spouse to handle the money and you have no idea how to evaluate your proposal
Protect your financial future
Get what you're entitled to
Avoid common financial mistakes that have a lasting impact
Confidently make informed decisions
Receive cash flow projections illustrating both short and long-term financial implications
Take the emotion out of your financial decisions
Understand the pros and cons of each asset
Minimize the tax implications of your settlement
"Thank you for being part of this and giving up your time unselfishly. You and your report empowered me, Leah, like you will never know!"
60-90 min meeting (either in-person or online) to review your priorities and go over your settlement offer
We will conduct a thorough financial review and analyze your offer in light of your priorities
You will receive a written analysis of the pros and cons of the proposal as well as anything else we feel that you should consider from a financial perspective
We will meet for another 60-90 minutes (either in-person or online) to review the report and go over any questions that you have
"I cannot thank you enough for helping me prepare my financial plan. Because of your work, I did well in court today. Your work was very instrumental in helping me."
Hi, I'm Leah Hadley. I am a trained mediator, an Accredited Financial Counselor (AFC®) a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA®), and a Master Analyst in Financial Forensics (MAFF®). Since going through my own divorce after ten years of marriage, I have helped hundreds of couples and individuals going through this difficult process. I am committed to easing your stress and making the divorce process as painless as possible.
I was not always financially savvy. In fact, my first job at an investment bank was as an administrative assistant. I felt like everyone around me was speaking a foreign language. Now, as a seasoned financial professional, I am committed to partnering with you to help you make wise financial decisions before, during and after your divorce.
Don't let any important details fall through the cracks.
The length of time to complete the audit is determined based on my current caseload as well as the complexity of your case. Most evaluations can be completed within two weeks.
The cost of your proposal evaluation will be determined by the amount of time it takes to complete the evaluation. Evaluations start at $1497, which includes two 60-90 minute meetings and four hours for financial analysis and report writing. When you schedule your initial meeting, you will be charged $347 for your appointment. At the first meeting, you will be charged $1150, which covers 3 hours of analysis and report writing as well as your final meeting. If I think additional time will be necessary due to the financial complexity of your case, I will let you know at the initial meeting (along with an estimate of the total cost).
Our services are in demand throughout the United States. While divorce laws vary from state to state, we evaluate your proposal from a financial perspective not from a legal perspective.
No, I am not an attorney. I evaluate your proposal from a financial perspective. All advice and recommendations provided will be financial in nature. I do not provide legal advice but would be happy to refer you to someone if you are in need of legal advice.
If you just have a few questions after reviewing our website, we recommend that you schedule a complimentary 15-minute call. We will address your questions and determine your next steps. You can do so by CLICKING HERE.
No problem! With technology, we never have to meet in person. We can work with you from the convenience of your own home using Zoom video conferencing.