Since 2014, the Divorce Lending Association has offered mortgage professionals the Certified Divorce Lending Professional (CDLP®) certification program.
A Certified Divorce Lending Professional (CDLP®) is a specialized mortgage professional with additional training and education to assist individuals going through divorce with their mortgage and financial needs. The CDLP® designation indicates that the professional is well-versed in the complex financial aspects of divorce and how it relates to real estate and mortgages.
Divorce often involves the division of assets, including the family home, and navigating the financial intricacies can be challenging. A CDLP® is trained to help divorcing individuals understand their mortgage options, evaluate the feasibility of keeping or refinancing the family home, and provide guidance on mortgage-related matters during and after divorce.
Divorce mortgage planning refers to the process of carefully considering and planning the mortgage-related aspects when going through a divorce. This involves making informed decisions about real estate, mortgages, and financial matters tied to the division of property and assets during divorce proceedings.