DivorcePlus | Jamie Lima CDFA Certified Divorce Financial Analyst - DivorcePlus

Personalized Certified Divorce Financial Analyst Services

Turn your divorce into a clear path forward

“My mission is to provide compassionate, expert financial analysis to individuals navigating divorce, allowing them to find an equitable and secure furture.

Jamie Lima Headshot
Jamie Lima Headshot

About Jamie

I recognize the challenges you face as you decide how to handle your finances relating to divorce. Looking back, there were mistakes I made during my own divorce that could have been avoided had I had the support of a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst®.

Personalized Services

Let’s Get Started! Choose the Right Package for You


  • Pay As You Go
  • Free Initial Consultation
  • 100% Personalized Services
  • Schedule on Your Time

Document Review

  • 1 Hour Document Review
  • 30 Minute Meeting
  • Free Initial Consultation
  • Schedule on Your Time

4 Hour Package

  • 10% Off
  • Free Introductory Session
  • 100% Personalized Services
  • Schedule on Your Time

Have questions?

Schedule your free 15-minute consultation to talk to Jamie about your divorce needs.

Don't waste valuable time,
get on financial track today

Schedule your free 15-minute consultation and discover how personalized financial planning can help you! 

Already a client?
Schedule your session here

Why Jamie

I bring over 10 years financial experience to the divorce arena.  As a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst, I am able to not only provide my clients with advise about their current situation, but am able to help them plan for the future. I really love helping clients make important financial decisions and making the puzzle pieces ‘fit’ for them.

Frequently Asked Questions
Certified Divorce Financial Analyst

A CDFA is a professional who specializes in the financial aspects of divorce. They have received specific training and certification to help clients understand the financial implications of their divorce settlement.

While a regular financial advisor provides general financial advice, a CDFA has specialized training in the financial issues specific to divorce. This includes understanding tax implications, dividing marital assets, and planning for future financial stability post-divorce.

The benefits include a thorough analysis of the financial implications of different divorce settlement options, strategic planning for financial independence post-divorce, and assistance in understanding and dividing complex assets.

Yes, a CDFA can help minimize costly financial mistakes during divorce negotiations by providing clear insights into the long-term effects of different settlement options, potentially saving you money in the long term.

A CDFA undergoes specific training through a recognized program, such as the one offered by the Institute for Divorce Financial Analysts (IDFA). This training covers areas like tax law, asset distribution, and retirement planning, as they relate to divorce.

Consider hiring a CDFA as soon as divorce becomes a possibility. Early involvement can help you understand your financial position clearly from the start and aid in making informed decisions throughout the divorce process.

No, a CDFA typically works with one client to ensure their financial interests are well-represented. Their role is to provide specialized advice to one party, not to act as a neutral financial mediator.

CDFAs often collaborate with divorce attorneys to ensure that financial data and projections are accurately incorporated into legal strategies. They provide detailed financial analysis that can support legal arguments.

A CDFA can help with a wide range of financial issues, including analyzing living expenses, determining the value of marital property, understanding pension and retirement account division, evaluating future needs like college and retirement, and assessing insurance needs.

Hiring a CDFA can be particularly cost-effective in divorces involving complex financial assets or when long-term financial planning is crucial. However, for simpler cases, their cost may not always justify the benefits, so it’s important to assess the complexity of your financial situation.

Click on the Start Now button and schedule a consultation meeting so we can discuss your needs and goals.