Midwest Divorce Management, Inc. is owned & operated by Katherine Badertscher, CFP®
in Overland Park, KS. The foundation of Katherine's work is built on showing clients they're not alone. The services offered are to mitigate financial confusion, improve financial literacy, facilitate financial mediation, and to help clients resolve the disputes related to the dissolution of their marriages respectfully and non-antagonistically.
While divorce settlement mistakes can last a lifetime, Ms. Badertscher provides services to help you work through your divorce, understand the decisions you're being asked to make, and set you on a more confident financial path.
Educational and Professional Background:
Ms. Badertscher received a B.A. in Government and Economics from Smith College in 1992.
From 1996 through 2008, Ms. Badertscher was a Manager for Sprint Corp. in Overland Park, Kansas.
In 2008, Ms. Badertscher became affiliated with First Heartland Capital, Inc. as a registered representative and with First Heartland Consultants, Inc. as an investment adviser representative. In her role as registered investment adviser representative of First Heartland, she operates Security Financial Advisors, Inc.
, in Overland Park, KS with her husband.
Ms. Badertscher is a Certified Financial Planner™, (CFP®). The CFP® marks are granted by the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards, Inc. to persons who meet the following requirements: (1) Completing a comprehensive course of study at a college or university offering a financial planning curriculum approved by the CFP® board; (2) Passing a 2-day, 10-hour CFP® Certification Examination; (3) Possessing at least 3 years of experience in the financial planning process; and (4) Agreeing to abide by a strict code of professional conduct.
Ms. Badertscher is also a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst®, (CDFA®). The CDFA®, marks are granted by the Institute for Divorce Financial Analysts to persons meeting the following requirements: (1) Completing specialized course of study and training in the financial, legal, and tax aspects of the divorce process; (2) Completing training in the utilization of Divorce Planning Software; (3) Passing a CDFA® Certification Examination; (4) Satisfying Continuing Education requirements for certification renewal; and (5) Agreeing to abide by a strict code of professional conduct and ethics.