Minnesota Divorce Financial professionals

Because every family is unique, we provide an informal initial consultation to learn about you and your family’s financial situation and provide guidance on your path forward.

Minnesota Divorce Financial professionals

Every family is unique, we provide an informal initial consultation to learn about you and your family’s financial situation and provide guidance on your path forward.

Minnesota Divorce Financial professionals

Every family is unique, we provide an informal initial consultation to learn about you and your family’s financial situation and provide guidance on your path forward.

Who We Are

We are experienced financial professionals, who listen deeply, don't judge, and take the time to educate.

Divorce mediation is a respectful way to do divorce differently. Participants in a mediated divorce dissolve their marriage outside of the courts, with the help of trained legal, financial, and mental health professionals, that guide the clients as they problem-solve their financial issues and make informed decisions for themselves and children.

Amy J. Wolff, CFP ®, CDFA®

What Sets Us Apart

WE ARE FINANCIALLY SAVVY

We are Certified Divorce Financial Analysts® (CDFA®) and mediators. We understand a large part of your divorce is resolving financial issues and we feel financial guidance should be from financial professionals.

We Provide Confidence

Your family and circumstances are unique to you. We provide financial education and perspective to help you come up with a plan.

We Are Experienced

We have over 45 years of combined experience and have helped over 2,500 families and individuals navigate their divorce.  Through this experience, we have developed a proven process that’s effective and helps save costs.

How We Serve

We serve families and individuals, helping them navigate through their divorce process in the following ways:

MEDIATION

We work with you and your spouse in an interest-based negotiation process to help solve the financial issues of divorce. Most clients start with this process if they don’t want to hire attorneys (or are unsure), but want to begin the financial piece. We are flexible and will tailor this process to meet your family’s needs. This process is chosen if you’re trying to save money and stay out of court.

COLLABORATIVE DIVORCE

We can serve as the neutral financial professional in your Collaborative Divorce process and are among the most experienced in Minnesota.   Our role is to streamline the collection of your financial information and provide education and guidance to ensure you and your spouse make good, informed decisions while helping you avoid costly mistakes.  This process is chosen if you want the guidance of a multi-disciplinary collaborative team and to stay out of court.

INDIVIDUAL SUPPORT

We provide a view of various settlement options to help you chart the course that best meets your life and financial goals. We bring real facts and numbers to the table to clarify any gray areas in the settlement process. This option is often chosen when one spouse is reluctant to work with other professionals, as well as when your divorce is close to being finalized, but you want an objective financial evaluation to ensure that everything is accounted for and you’re not making any big mistakes. This process is also helpful to educate and get one party up-to-speed on financials, if they haven’t handled family finances previously.

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COMMON QUESTIONS

Most Frequent Questions and Answers

A CDFA® stands for Certified Divorce Financial Analyst® and is a financial professional who goes through an intensive training program to become skilled in analyzing and providing expertise related to the financial issues of divorce.

We are a team of mediators who are also financial professionals that have over 45 years of combined divorce experience. Since the majority of the decisions made during a divorce are financial, we provide a unique skillset.

The best way to figure out what divorce process is the best fit for you is to educate yourself on all of the options.  If you want a little guidance, we offer a free initial phone call or zoom meeting to learn about your situation and can help guide you on the process options that may be a good fit for your situation.