Divorce can be an incredibly overwhelming time in your life, as many important decisions have to be made during a period of high stress and uncertainty. If you’re considering divorce, going through a divorce, or would like more information regarding planning for your future post-divorce, CURO can help!

What Makes CURO Unique

At CURO, we have years of experience and extensive knowledge regarding financial and tax issues related to divorcing couples. We specialize in being your trusted advocate who is objectively focused on your financial well-being – this is essential when navigating this difficult and complex process.

With proper planning and expert help from professionals specializing in financially equitable divorce settlements, you can increase your chances of arriving at a divorce settlement that fully addresses your financial long-term needs, and the needs of your family. The divorce process is complex, but by having a team dedicated to the most significant aspects, like custody of the children, division of the assets and creation of a long-term financial plan during and post-divorce, you’ll have the knowledge and the support you need to make the best decisions during all stages.

The Key to an Equitable and Amicable Divorce

A Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA) is a financial specialist certified by The Institute for Divorce Financial Analysts and specifically trained in the financial and tax issues associated with divorce.

A Certified Divorce Financial Analyst® (CDFA™) professional can forecast the long-term effects of a settlement through both extensive experience and the use of proprietary software.  In other words, a CDFA is a financial expert who understands the long-term impact of important financial decisions made during a divorce and can help you navigate the best path for your future.

By using a CDFA, both partners will have a clearer view of their financial futures, allowing both parties to reach an equitable settlement that fully addresses the financial needs and capabilities of both parties.  

Learn more about how a CDFA can help you in all stages of the divorce process in our brochure.

Our Collaborative Approach Saves You Time, Money and Unnecessary Stress

CURO offers a collaborative approach to divorce - a settlement process for people who seek to negotiate a resolution to their divorce without court involvement.  This approach saves money, time and minimizes stress for our clients. 

How Collaboration Works

Each party has an attorney to serve as an advocate and negotiation specialist. Each party also has access to the following collaborative neutral experts to help them reach an equitable agreement: financial professionals, child specialists, neutral facilitator, coaches, and mediators. Our CDFAs are uniquely trained to be neutral financial professionals and to work collaboratively to ensure the best possible outcome for all parties involved in the divorce process.

A unique feature of this collaborative process is professionals are retained for settlement purposes only. They will not be employed by a single party either during or after the divorce settlement, which enables the professionals to focus solely on creative ideas for settling all matters. Negotiations most often take place in joint meetings involving both parties and collaborative professionals. What this means for you is you maintain control of the process and have experts by your side to help address any questions or concerns you may have before making any important decisions.  Collaboration is important to the success of the process, and we work closely with professionals from the Bucks County Collaborative Law Group (BCCLG) in order to achieve this success.

If you’re considering divorce, going through a divorce, or would like more information regarding planning for your future post-divorce, give us a call!