Financial Neutrals work with you to resolve your concerns around money and divorce. Two main financial areas are addressed in most divorces: property division and cash flow. Property division involves accounting for and dividing up all assets and liabilities, including real estate, businesses, bank accounts and investments, retirement assets, personal property, automobiles, and all debts. Cash flow includes child support, spousal maintenance and other expense sharing options that help support two homes. Collaborative financial professionals are trained and licensed in their financial field and include certified public accounts (CPA), certified financial planning practitioners (CFP®), and Certified divorce financial analysts (CDFA). They are also trained in Collaborative Practice and are experienced in working with other members of your Collaborative team (attorneys and mental health providers) to help your family meet its goals.