Christina Lynn


Divorce Financial Expert

Hello, my name is Christina Lynn; as a divorce financial expert, I provide strategy and clarity to all financial matters that pertain to divorce. I had to learn the hard way –  during my divorce, I was oblivious to our financial situation, and I was unprepared for the two life-altering areas that were about to collide. I had no idea that I needed a lawyer AND a  divorce financial expert. If I knew then, what I know now, I would have handled the entire process differently. Today, I am passionate about working with my clients to connect the dots between these two areas and providing financial clarity and strategy while creating a solid foundation for their financial future.


My Mission

My mission is to educate and advocate for you while navigating the financial aspects of your divorce. Divorce is the most considerable economic change in your life. Do not depend on nondivorce financial experts to help you through the financial negotiations. There is too much on the line. 

Do you know that how a property settlement is structured has significant implications for your financial future? The structure is so nuanced that it requires specialized help. I am qualified as a:

  • Certified Financial Planner™
  • Certified Divorce Financial Analyst®
  • Accredited Financial Counselor®
  • Certified Estate Planner®
  • Master’s degree in Family Financial Planning
  • Currently working towards a Ph.D. in Personal Financial Planning.

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Divorce Financial Consultation

Who would benefit from a Divorce Financial Consultation?

Cost for the Consultation: $130

In the initial consultation, I want to hear about your situation and what you need help with. I will be able to offer you valuable advice from a divorce financial perspective within the first hour. I will also explain how I recommend proceeding in your unique situation. In some cases, people need a few tips that I can give in the initial consultation.

Please be prepared for the consultation with a list of your main concerns and priorities. While it is helpful to have access to financial information, it is unnecessary to have details prepared for the initial consultation.

If you have not yet begun the divorce process and want to know how to be prepared, I will help you navigate your post-divorce finances.

If you are preparing for mediation, you need to understand which documents you should bring with you and why. I will demystify the details of your marital finances so that you can advocate for yourself during the mediation process. 

If you have begun the divorce process but are curious about what a Divorce Financial Expert would say regarding the divorce property settlement, support amount, or duration.

If you are considering divorce and are overwhelmed with financial concerns.

If you have already divorced, but you need to set yourself up for financial success.

Divorce Financial Analysis Report

In certain divorce cases, it makes sense to obtain formal Divorce Financial Analysis Reports.

One Time  Fee: $1300

Please expect to sign a contract, provide financial data via online software, and pertinent financial statements for the Divorce Financial Analysis Report meeting.

When would this be helpful?

If you are wondering: what’s my “bottom line” in negotiations? What’s the minimum I should agree to?

If during the divorce transition you are unsure whether you are missing something with regards to the assets and debts being split. Is it indeed fair, or is there something you are not aware of?

If you question whether the proposed arrangement is enough to pay your monthly expenses and provide for your financial future post-divorce? Will you be able to make it on your own post-divorce if you agree to this property settlement or support amount?

If you think your divorce case may escalate to court and want a financial expert to provide evidence and/or testify as an expert witness.

If you attempt to settle the divorce amicably but want to assure that the financial arrangement is considered fair.

If your spouse is difficult regarding the finances.

If you or your spouse own a small business.

If you have a high-net-worth or your assets/debts are complicated.

If divorce negotiations are tense and you need a fiduciary to provide neutral, expert advice and summaries of the financials.


Discovery Meeting Call

Discovery Financial Analysis Report Presentation Meeting (Zoom is preferred for this meeting)

Soft Copy of the Divorce Financial Analysis Report

Includes one update to the reports.

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The information provided by Christina Lynn is for informational purposes only. It should not be considered legal or financial advice. You should consult with an attorney or other professional to determine what may be best for your individual needs. 

Christina Lynn does not guarantee or make any promises as to any results from using our content. No one should make any investment decision without first consulting their own financial advisor and conducting their own research and due diligence. 

To the maximum extent permitted by law, Christina Lynn disclaims any and all liability if any information, commentary, analysis, opinions, advice, and/or recommendations prove to be inaccurate, incomplete, or unreliable or result in any investment or other losses. The content contained on or made available through the website is not intended to and does not constitute legal advice or investment advice, and no attorney-client relationship is formed. 

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