IDFA Online Learning
Canadian DFA Journal: Summer/Fall 2020
Discover curated articles that can answer your questions and help you delve deeper into topics you want to learn more about, including:
- What to Do as a Financial Neutral in a Collaborative Law Case
- Life During Divorce: Five Ways to Help Your Clients During Divorce
- Establishing Income
- A Summary of Recent Activity from the IDFA Board of Advisors
Kevin R. Scudder is a Collaborative attorney based in Seattle, WA. He is a board member of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals, creator of the Seattle Collaborative Law Center, Collaborative trainer, and regular contributor to the Collaborative literary community, including being a contributing author to Building a Successful Collaborative Family Law Practice, published by the American Bar Association. Kevin can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or through the Seattle Collaborative Law Center at https://www.seattleclc.com/
CPA, CA, CDFA®
James has been a designated Chartered Accountant for 20 years and has worked in public practice, had postings of Chief Financial Officer, multiple Directorships and owned his own companies. James taught all facets of accounting and taxation at the local University for several years and has achieved multiple awards, including Top 20 Under 40 Best Young Entrepreneurs. His experience is strongest in forensic accounting and creating efficient accounting internal controls and systems. He has supported several legal firms in their divorce work and has the additional skill sets to meet with both sides in a collaborative setting. James lives in Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada with his beautiful wife Mandy, teenage twin daughters, two German Shepherds and enjoys playing hockey.
Kelly is a CDFA® professional and has been an accountant for over 25 years, with a consulting practice in West Vancouver, British Columbia. She provides accounting and financial advisory services for people navigating complex divorces.