Why Hire Gann Mediation & Litigation Support?

When a couple has complex financial issues in a divorce, such as high net worth or business ownership, asset division can become complicated. In such cases, an all-in-one licensed attorney, CDFA, and mediator can provide expert financial analysis and guidance to ensure that all parties can navigate the complexities of property division and support arrangements efficiently. This can save time, money, and stress throughout the divorce process.

“Divorce is far more about money and money negotiation than it is about law. To the extent to which a surgeon would never operate without an anesthesiologist, or a builder would never construct without architectural drawings, no one should divorce without education and insights from a CDFA as well as an attorney.”

– “Knowledge Is Power”, Greg Gann

What a CDFA Can Do For You That An Attorney Cannot…

Rather than approaching divorce through the lens of pushing papers through court, racking up expenses and jeopardizing expedient resolution, I prefer an analytical, practical approach to divorce with the least emotional turmoil.

As a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst, I do not compete with lawyers. I complement them by providing specialized financial expertise that adds value, such as:

  • Financial analysis – Mathematical evaluation of the assets, debts, income, and expenses, to help parties make informed decisions about property division, support, and other financial matters.
  • Tax implications – Guidance on the tax implications of different divorce settlements and help parties structure their agreements to minimize tax liabilities.
  • Retirement assets – Evaluation of retirement assets, such as pensions and 401(k)s, plus the provision of guidance on the tax and financial implications of different division scenarios.
  • Financial planning – Guidance to help parties plan for their future after the divorce, including developing a budget, managing debt, and setting financial goals.
  • Expert testimony – Provision of expert testimony in court regarding financial matters related to the divorce.

Understanding the Differences Between Divorce Mediation and Litigation Support

During divorce mediation, we become a neutral third-party mediator to help divorcing couples negotiate and reach equitable division of assets and debts, child custody, and support. Mediation can help minimize the emotional impact of divorce by promoting open communication and collaboration between the parties.

During divorce mediation, we become a neutral third-party mediator to help divorcing couples negotiate and reach equitable division of assets and debts, child custody, and support. Mediation can help minimize the emotional impact of divorce by promoting open communication and collaboration between the parties.

Real Stories of Successful Divorce Mediation and Litigation Support Services

The level of expertise that Greg brought to the table was unmatched by anyone else. He saw things in a way that I would have never realized on my own. His level of expertise and experience are equally matched by his empathy, which certainly helped me move forward during a most challenging time in my life.

JEE K.

It’s in my DNA to question what could go wrong. That’s why we address all angles of the financial situation, equalize values by performing tax-treatment calculations, and address marital vs non-marital interests during our thorough process.