"Deciding to divorce is hard. Surviving the process is even harder."
-Armand & Robbin D'Alo
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Your Presenters

Armand and Robbin D'Alo 1Your main instructors in this course are Armand & Robbin D’Alo. They are seasoned veterans that help couples take control of a turbulent time of life. With over three decades of experience they can help attendees maneuver around the pitfalls and hazards that confront families in conflict. They can help families safeguard their emotional and financial assets that could otherwise be torn apart.

Life Experience That Matters.

Armand and Robbin have been married since 1978, and have raised four children. During that time, they’ve seen all sides of married life – the good and the bad. This invaluable life experience brings a unique element of compassion and understanding to their role as instructors.

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Decades of Experience

Armand and Robbin have been in practice since 1985 when they launched Oak Tree Advisory Services, Inc. – a firm that provides clients with expertise in financial management, taxation and investment portfolio design. Since 1997, their practice has evolved with a focus on divorce. Both have received mediation training through Pepperdine Law School regarding the litigated cases, as well as The National Conflict Resolution Center and Forrest Mosten – a nationally‐recognized mediator for divorce.

They are also trained in the area of Collaborative Divorce and are members of the International Academy of Collaborative Professions. They are experts in the process of divorce, taxes, divorce financial planning and other areas that can assist clients facing divorce.

Armand graduated from Brigham Young University where he earned a degree in Finance and Family Counseling. He holds the CFP® designation, is an Enrolled Agent (tax specialist) and holds the credential of Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA™).

Armand and Robbin D'Alo 3Robbin’s degree in Business Management is from the University of Phoenix. She has authored several articles for the web on divorce and family law matters. She holds the designation of Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA™), is an Enrolled Agent (tax specialist) and a Certified Legal Assistant (CLA) with membership in NALA (National Association of Legal Assistants).

Both Robbin and Armand are trained educators with the Gottman Institute. They also teach classes on divorce taxation and the process of divorce to professionals across the United States.

Other professional guest speakers will also be present, including mental health and legal professionals. They will add insight and practical knowledge to your learning.

 

Your Class Sponsors

This class would not be possible if it were not for the resources and efforts of the sponsors. Those supporting this effort include: