Donna Smalldon, CDFA, CFP
As the founder of Applied Divorce Solutions, Donna Smalldon provides her clients with a positive, stress reducing, family friendly alternative to the drama of divorce within the court system.
Smalldon is a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA), Certified Financial Planner (CFP), Financial Mediator, National Public Speaker and Trainer. She earned her Bachelors in Social Ecology and her Masters in Business Administration from the University of California, Irvine. She now has over three decades of practice in financial planning and divorce mediation.
Smalldon has appeared on local television and radio to discuss the financial planning aspects of divorce. She is also a contributing writer on divorce issues. Read her article on Mediate.com on “Coming to Grips with the Financial Fear Factor.”
Donna Smalldon is an active member of the community with affiliation to some of the most prominent organizations for financial professionals and family mediators, including:
- Faculty Member of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals
- Founding Member of the Academy of Professional Family Mediators
- Lifetime Member of the Oregon Mediation Association
- Sustaining Member of the Junior League of Portland
- Featured Educator of Women’s Divorce Workshop, Second Saturday
- Association of Divorce Financial Planners
- Institute of Divorce Financial Analysts
Why Applied Divorce Solutions?
When the time comes to divide marital property in a divorce – and it always does – you need solid information and a good understanding of the family’s assets and their value. Donna Smalldon and Applied Divorce Solutions help clients grasp the “big picture” impact of financial decisions they have to make in a divorce.
Using Family Law Software™, Smalldon paints a picture of where the family stands now and where two new families would stand financially, even years after the divorce becomes final.
Contact Applied Divorce Solutions today to make sure your long-term financial needs have been addressed before you make the big decisions in your divorce.