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  1. Divorce Financial Affidavits: What To Know, And Help To Get It Right

    Divorce can be stressful—especially when you don’t have your finances in check. That’s where financial affidavits come in. READ MORE

  2. How To Protect Gifts And Inheritances In Divorce

    How your property is divided in your divorce will depend upon whether your assets were acquired as gifts, inheritance or by someone’s will. READ MORE

  3. Divorcing Women: Reject These Two Societal Messages

    Getting ready to file for divorce? Don’t let these two societal messages discourage you! READ MORE

  4. Hesitating To File For Divorce? Cover These Four Bases And You’re Ready

    Unsure if you’re ready to divorce your spouse? When you are, make sure you check these factors off your list before you do! READ MORE

  5. Five New Year’s Resolutions Worth Making If You’re Divorcing In 2015

    Are you getting divorced this New Year? Try making one of these five resolutions for a happier life in 2015. READ MORE

  6. Eight Tips For Navigating The Holiday Season If You’re Divorcing

    It’s the most wonderful time of the year—for most people anyway. If you’re going through a rocky divorce this holiday season, these tips will help ... READ MORE

  7. Five Questions To Ask Before Firing Your Divorce Lawyer

    Feeling unsure about your legal team? Before you give your lawyer the boot make sure to ask yourself these five questions. READ MORE

  8. Five Considerations For The Divorcing Woman Who Earns More Than Her Husband

    If you’re the breadwinner in your relationship and going through a divorce, here are five things you need to know. READ MORE

  9. Divorcing? Experts Weigh In On Dealing with Finances During Your Split

    Financially, divorce can be challenging for women—especially when there are joint bank accounts involved. Find out how to deal if your partner plac... READ MORE

  10. Dividing Assets, Dividing Debts: What Happens To Student Loans In Divorce?

    Divorce, good or bad, comes down to a division of assets and debts. Find out what will happen to your student loan debt if you find yourself going ... READ MORE

  11. Riding The Emotional Roller Coaster of Divorce? Don’t Go It Alone

    Going through a divorce can be a very emotional experience, but you don’t have to do it alone. You might just need to turn to a divorce therapist f... READ MORE

  12. Considering Divorce? 6 Advantages To Filing First

    If you want to be in the best position during your divorce, you should file first. Read this article to find out why. READ MORE

  13. How to Cope With Financial Threats During a Divorce

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

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

    Meet Christine and Jake — a hypothetical composite couple who incorporates many of the situations I have seen and heard as a CDFA. Christine has lo... READ MORE

  15. How Social Media Helps — and Hurts — Your Divorce

    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

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

    Prenuptial agreements have come a long way since the days when wealthy parents would require them to prevent a son or daughter’s misguided marriage... READ MORE

  17. Settled on a Divorce Settlement? Now Make Sure It’s Paid Out

    Divorce can mean months, or even years, of hammering out settlement terms. The process can be both exhaustive and exhausting; but, in the end, you ... READ MORE

  18. 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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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 books, Divorce: Think Financially, Not Emotionally — What Women Need To Know About Securing Their Financial Future Before, During, And After Divorce - Volume I & II

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 ThinkFinancially.com, a 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.

Latest

  1. Divorce Financial Affidavits: What To Know, And Help To Get It Right

    Divorce can be stressful—especially when you don’t have your finances in check. That’s where financial affidavits come in. READ MORE

  2. How To Protect Gifts And Inheritances In Divorce

    How your property is divided in your divorce will depend upon whether your assets were acquired as gifts, inheritance or by someone’s will. READ MORE

  3. Divorcing Women: Reject These Two Societal Messages

    Getting ready to file for divorce? Don’t let these two societal messages discourage you! READ MORE

  4. Hesitating To File For Divorce? Cover These Four Bases And You’re Ready

    Unsure if you’re ready to divorce your spouse? When you are, make sure you check these factors off your list before you do! READ MORE

  5. Five New Year’s Resolutions Worth Making If You’re Divorcing In 2015

    Are you getting divorced this New Year? Try making one of these five resolutions for a happier life in 2015. READ MORE

  6. Eight Tips For Navigating The Holiday Season If You’re Divorcing

    It’s the most wonderful time of the year—for most people anyway. If you’re going through a rocky divorce this holiday season, these tips will help ... READ MORE

  7. Five Questions To Ask Before Firing Your Divorce Lawyer

    Feeling unsure about your legal team? Before you give your lawyer the boot make sure to ask yourself these five questions. READ MORE

  8. Five Considerations For The Divorcing Woman Who Earns More Than Her Husband

    If you’re the breadwinner in your relationship and going through a divorce, here are five things you need to know. READ MORE

  9. Divorcing? Experts Weigh In On Dealing with Finances During Your Split

    Financially, divorce can be challenging for women—especially when there are joint bank accounts involved. Find out how to deal if your partner plac... READ MORE

  10. Dividing Assets, Dividing Debts: What Happens To Student Loans In Divorce?

    Divorce, good or bad, comes down to a division of assets and debts. Find out what will happen to your student loan debt if you find yourself going ... READ MORE

  11. Riding The Emotional Roller Coaster of Divorce? Don’t Go It Alone

    Going through a divorce can be a very emotional experience, but you don’t have to do it alone. You might just need to turn to a divorce therapist f... READ MORE

  12. Considering Divorce? 6 Advantages To Filing First

    If you want to be in the best position during your divorce, you should file first. Read this article to find out why. READ MORE

  13. How to Cope With Financial Threats During a Divorce

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

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

    Meet Christine and Jake — a hypothetical composite couple who incorporates many of the situations I have seen and heard as a CDFA. Christine has lo... READ MORE

  15. How Social Media Helps — and Hurts — Your Divorce

    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

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

    Prenuptial agreements have come a long way since the days when wealthy parents would require them to prevent a son or daughter’s misguided marriage... READ MORE

  17. Settled on a Divorce Settlement? Now Make Sure It’s Paid Out

    Divorce can mean months, or even years, of hammering out settlement terms. The process can be both exhaustive and exhausting; but, in the end, you ... READ MORE

  18. 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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