Certified Divorce Financial Analyst & Financial Services
Suite 145 – 33 Ochterloney Street
Dartmouth, N.S B2Y 4P5
Angela has an advanced BA from the University of Saskatchewan and 15 years of professional business experience.
After switching careers and becoming a Financial Planner, Angela decided to take the plunge and study for the Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA) designation as well as specific training in the collaborative process.
Angela knew it was an area she would be passionate about herself—she’d faced divorce and the accompanying challenges of restructuring her life and the lives of her children. She would be able to relate to her clients and encourage them to seek out the right information so that they are empowered to make informed decisions regarding the financial implications of divorce.
The Participation Agreement includes a commitment not to begin a court proceeding.
Collaborative family law respects relationships.
Collaborative family law safeguards participants’ privacy, because proceedings are not public record.
Collaborative family law gives participants control over the pace of their process.