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Jeffrey Landers, CDFA™

We educate, empower and support women before, during and after divorce.

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Jeffrey A. Landers is a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst™and the author of the Amazon best-selling book, Divorce: Think Financially, Not Emotionally — What Women Need To Know About Securing Their Financial Future Before, During, And After Divorce.

A portion of all profits from the sale of each book are donated to Jeff's nonprofit, Bedrock Divorce Fund For Abused Women, Inc., a 501(c)(3) nonprofit charity whose mission is to help female victims of domestic abuse and the organizations that support them.

Jeff is also the founder of Bedrock Divorce Advisors, LLC, a divorce financial advisory firm that works exclusively with women throughout the United States and Think Financially, Not Emotionally®, a free, members-only website created to educate, empower and support women before, during and after divorce.

He writes a weekly blog for Forbes.com on the financial aspects of divorce for women called Divorce Dollars and Sense and contributes articles regularly to The Huffington Post, More.com, Lawyers.com and many others.

Jeff has also been extensively interviewed about the financial aspects of divorce by CBS Television News and such prestigious publications as The Wall Street Journal, Dow Jones, Smart Money, Consumer Reports, The Christian Science Monitor and many others.

Jeff earned his BA degree in psychology from Columbia University and studied law at Pace University School of Law before becoming a divorce financial advisor.

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    Breaking up is hard to do, but splitting the money is even harder... READ MORE

  2. Not Ready to Divorce? Beware the Pitfalls of Long-term Separation

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    Over the years, social media has grown from online whimsy to, for many of us, virtual necessity. We want our updated professional information on Li... READ MORE

  4. Should You Get a Prenup With an Infidelity Clause?

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  6. How to Protect Yourself Financially if You Opt-Out

    Who’s going to take care of the kids? If you and your spouse are about to start a family, or your family is growing, I’m sure you’ve been asked tha... READ MORE

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