The Association of Divorce Financial Planners (ADFP)* is an interdisciplinary association whose members research and analyze personal, business and tax issues related to divorce. We help individuals, couples, matrimonial attorneys and divorce mediators achieve fair and workable settlements.
All ADFP members are required to meet specific educational, professional, licensing and compliance standards. Our practitioner members have licenses or designations that are periodically monitored by a governmental agency or other recognized professional entity. We aim for a high level of excellence and our members agree to abide by the CFP (Certified Financial Planner) Board's Standards of Professional Conduct.
Agreement to adhere to ADFP Professional Protocols and Standards is a requirement of membership but should not be construed as a basis for any legal liability of the ADFP to third parties. It is strictly a condition for membership. The ADFP does not endorse, support or recommend specific members. As always, carefully research, interview and identify competent and trustworthy professionals before hiring anyone.
*The Association of Divorce Financial Planners (ADFP) is a not-for-profit 501(c)(6) professional association. The ADFP is an independent organization and is not aligned with, nor does it promote the individual entities or designations of Certified Divorce Financial Analysts (CDFA™), Certified Financial Divorce Specialists (CFDS), or Financial Divorce Specialists (FDS).
The Association of Divorce Financial Planners does not perform divorce financial planning services or take responsibility for divorce financial planning or other services offered by individual members. All ADFP members are independent practitioners; the ADFP does not validate member credentials. Those seeking services should verify credentials with the appropriate granting authorities, including but not limited to public, private, and state licensing boards.