Alex Weinberger, MBA, CFP ®, CDFA ™


Firm: Marriage Financial Solutions
Office: (310) 442-8473
Tel: (310) 922-9256
Fax:
(310) 442-8474
Email: aweinberger@marriagefinancial.com
Website: https://www.marriagefinancial.com

Primary Address
11661 San Vicente Blvd., Suite 820
Los Angeles, CA 90049-5116

About Alex

It is a common misconception that divorces are inevitably expensive, adversarial, and financially complex. Thorough, focused analysis simplifies some of the most stressful elements and allows for a faster and more efficient process for the parties involved.

My goal is to help you navigate divorce without destroying your family or your finances.

As a Certified Financial Planner ™ practitioner and Certified Divorce Financial Analysts ™ (CDFA ™), I examine the financial implications and after-tax consequences of various options for dividing property and providing or receiving child and/or spousal support in divorce.

Prior to co-founding Marriage Financial Solutions, my comprehensive expertise comes from over a decade in investment analysis and company and securities valuation. In addition to being trained in Collaborative Divorce, I am a member of the Institute for Divorce Financial Analysts (IDFA ™) and the Association of Divorce Financial Planners (ADFP).

Education:
Undergraduate B.S.B.A from Washington University in Saint Louis
Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) from the University of Southern California’s Marshall School of Business
Certified Financial Planner ™ practitioner
Certified Divorce Financial Analyst ™ (CDFA ™)

Professional Memberships:
IDFA: The Institute for Divorce Financial Analysts
ADFP: Association of Divorce Financial Planners
LACFLA: Los Angeles Collaborative Family Law Association
FDS: Family Divorce Solutions
CPCal: Collaborative Practice California, a statewide Collaborative Law association
LACBA: Los Angeles County Bar Association (associate member)
IACP: International Academy of Collaborative Professionals

Benefits of Collaborative Practice

  • Promotes respect and keeps you in control of the process
  • Reduces conflict and negative emotions
  • Helps couples focus on their most important goals
  • Keeps information private so sensitive issues and finances remain out of the public eye.
  • Saves time and resources by keeping the process out of court
This web site is designed as a resource for separating and divorcing couples to learn about collaborative practice to resolve family law matters. You can learn more about collaborative practice by contacting one of our professionals listed.