Divorce Planning

Bring Fairness to the Divorce Process

The divorce process can be highly charged and complicated as you work through the various details of unraveling a family and its finances. Financial planning early in the legal process can help you and your spouse come to a fair agreement faster.

We understand how emotionally draining a divorce can be. We are here to offer support and guidance and to advocate for you in this process. Know that you can reach out to get the financial advice you need during this transition. Jill Boynton, CFP®, is a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA®). Jill works with clients individually or in collaboration with a clients' attorney to address and make recommendations in areas such as:

The process starts with a no-cost 30-minute initial meeting in person, by phone, or via Zoom to discuss your situation and how we may help you through the divorce process. If we decide to work together, we will provide you with a comprehensive list of documents and information needed to move forward.

Because these are uncertain times, we want to make sure you understand the costs involved. We charge $250 per hour for this type of engagement, with no minimum. 

*See https://institutedfa.com/find-a-cdfa for CDFA registrants within a 40 mile range of zip code 03801.

Jill Boynton, CFP®, CDFA®
Founder & Divorce Financial Planner
Portsmouth, NH Office







Getting financial advice while going through a divorce is crucial.

Many years ago I had several friends going through divorces who looked to me for advice, because I was a financial planner. I found that my general financial planning knowledge was not enough, and that divorces carry their own specialized tax and other rules. This led me to start a focus on divorce financial planning.

Contemplating a Collaborative Divorce?

In addition to mediated or litigated cases, Jill also works in the evolving field of collaborative divorce. Hear Jill speak about the collaborative process here:

Jill Boynton and Susan Veligor are not attorneys and do not provide legal advice. All information they provide is financial in nature and should not be construed or relied upon as legal or tax advice. Individuals seeking legal or tax advice should solicit the counsel of competent legal or tax professionals knowledgeable about the divorce laws in their own geographical areas. Divorce Financial Planning is a fee-only process that does not involve investment advice or securities or insurance transactions.


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