Christina believes in helping others make confident financial decisions during the course of their divorce. She decided to become a CDFA in 2011 after going through her own divorce. She knows through her own experience how overwhelming, emotional, and tedious the divorce process can be and understands the anxiety that surrounds making decisions about one’s future. By understanding the tax effect, financial valuation of each asset, and future financial needs, a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst can help clients make decisions with a clear understanding of the short and long-term effects, therefore decreasing anxiety.
Christina majored in accounting and was a CPA prior to raising her four children. She knows firsthand that even though a person may have an understanding of their finances, making financial decisions during an emotional and challenging time is difficult. She wants to help people see a clear picture of their current financial situation, so they can make informed decisions for their future.