The Institute for Divorce Financial Analysts (IDFA™) is the premier national organization dedicated to the certification, education and promotion of the use of financial professionals in the divorce arena.
IDFA Financials and Divorce National Conference focuses on continuing education, networking, and making the most out of your relationship with IDFA. Attendees, speakers, and partners are among the most innovative leaders in the industry who come together to connect and share ideas. This year it was in Chicago.
Andrew Samalin, immediate Past President of the Association of Divorce Financial Planners spoke about how real estate is affected by divorce. Participants learned about:
- The capital stack in real estate and how it affects your position with regard to risk, return, rights and responsibilities
- How separating the capital stack will help with identifying how to minimize risk of principal – and gain the best settlement possible.
- The tax ramifications of the family home, rental properties and vacation homes.
- Splitting properties after a divorce?
Samalin Divorce Finance can help you understand the financial benefits to determine the best use of your cap-ital and your real estate investments.