Learning with the Institute for Divorce Financial Analysts

Welcome to IDFA Learning, our learning platform for CDFA professionals from across the country.  Here you can register for upcoming webinars, manage your Continuing Education requirements for certification, find blogs and articles on finance and divorce, watch past presentations, and more. Start learning today!


Upcoming Live Webinars

Stay current on the latest trends and best practices in divorce financial analysis. Brought to you by IDFA and subject matter experts in the field, get high-quality education and training without leaving your home or office. Practice Management Webinars do NOT qualify for CE Credit. 

Practice Management: Knudge - Automate your follow up and help your clients take action to reach their financial goals
Knudge saves advisors time and helps them provide a higher level of service by automating the follow up process and increasing the likelihood of your advice actually getting implemented.
Executive Compensation and Divorce
Learn the basics and some details of stock options, restricted stock, phantom stock, deferred compensation and more.
Practice Management: The Proper Care and Feeding of a Family Law Attorney
Have you called family law attorneys that never return your calls? Been screened out by the receptionist? Or worse yet, been told, "we have someone in our office that does all that"? I'll share the insider secrets of how I build positive, lasting relationships with Family Law Attorneys that are a continuing source of referrals!

Watch Our Latest Webinars

On-demand webinars qualify for 1-hour of CDFA-CE credit for 3 months from the date of the live session. To receive credit, complete the corresponding quiz following the recording. NOTE:  Practice Management Webinars do NOT qualify for CE Credit. 

Business Valuation in Divorce - What Every Attorney Needs to Know
This webinar will cover business valuation in divorce including general valuation concepts, documents to review, valuation app roaches, goodwill, common discounts and conclusion of value versus a calculation of value report.
Practice Management: Loan Assumption Incident To Divorce
Join the Divorce Lending Association for another Divorce Literacy webinar and gain a better understanding of the assumption process and how it may play into divorce mortgage planning.
Criminal Divorce
In this session, we will dig deep into how to recognize criminal behavior. We will discuss the warning signs, red flags and distress signals being sent by clients that indicate extra scrutiny may be needed to determine any extent of criminality. Lastly, Peggy will share her experiences with criminal divorces and their outcomes.