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IDFATM provides specialized training to accounting, financial, and legal professionals in the field of pre‐divorce financial planning. Over the years, IDFATM has certified more than 5,000 professionals in the U.S. and Canada as Certified Divorce Financial Analysts® (CDFAs®). The CDFA® designation is available to individuals who have a minimum of three years of experience as a financial professional, accountant, or matrimonial lawyer. To acquire the designation, a candidate must complete a series of self‐study course modules and pass an examination for each module. A candidate must also be in good standing with their broker dealer (if applicable) and the FINRA/SEC or other licensing or regulatory agency.
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