Does looking at the financial aspects of a divorce help remove the emotional aspects of the process?

By Harriett Fox
December 17, 2014
FL FAQ/Mediation Issues

Not really. There are three elements that affect divorcing people. If you ask an attorney, divorce is a legal matter that has a financial and an emotional component. If you ask a mental health professional, they’ll say divorce is an emotional issue that has a legal and a financial component. If you ask a CPA, it’s a financial issue that has an emotional and a legal component. However, all three elements exist together.

Harriett Fox is a CPA and divorce mediator located in Miami, Florida. She uses her mediation skills to settle cases in various areas of commercial and civil litigation, while applying her forensic accounting abilities to complex financial analyses in cases of family, commercial, and civil litigation.

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