Noah Rosenfarb

Noah Rosenfarb spent over 15 years helping women overcome the uncertainty caused by divorce by teaching them how to take control of their lives and financial futures. He created Freedom Divorce Advisors to help divorcing women stabilize their financial situation, protect their credit, and maintain their lifestyle so they could concentrate on rebuilding their lives. 

Noah Rosenfarb

Noah's dedication, financial expertise, and insight into the unique situations, divorce rules and requirements these women face, provides the financial know-how needed to help them regain financial control of their lives. Noah is a:

  • Personal Financial Specialist,
  • Certified Public Accountant,
  • Certified Divorce Financial Analyst,
  • Accredited in Business Valuation.

During his years assisting divorcing women, Noah created the patent-pending LIBERTY Agenda which is a process to help high net worth women cope with the financial challenges of divorce. Mr. Rosenfarb also helped found The Divorce Education Center of NJ, a non-profit organization focused on educating NJ women about various financial issues relating to divorce.

He is the author of EXIT: Healthy, Wealthy and Wise and hosts the Divestopedia Exit Strategy Podcast. He also co-wrote "The 5 Biggest Mistakes When Dealing with Divorce." 

After selling Freedom Divorce Advisors, Mr. Rosenfarb has gone on to other ventures and focuses his attention on supporting entrepreneurs build their wealth. He also provides financial and retirement planning, as well as wealth management and financial advice to high net worth families through his Freedom Wealth Advisors office. You can find out more about Noah on LinkedIn.

Articles by Noah Rosenfarb

Divorce Lawyer Consultation Questions - Before you meet with a divorce lawyer for the first time, you want to make sure you're prepared for the initial consultation. Here are some questions to ask that will help you determine whether this person will be the best attorney for your case and if you can afford his or her rates.

Getting A Copy of Tax Return Info from taxes which were filed in the past 3 years is a good idea if you are considering or going through a divorce. This can help you discover undisclosed assets or retirement fund accounts, plus prepare you if you are ever audited by the IRS. Find out how to get a free copy of tax return transcripts.

Child Tax Credits After Divorce - In most situations, there are four different tax credits that divorcing parents need to consider before settling on parenting plan arrangements. Who gets these credits after divorce depends in part on who will be claiming the dependency exemption.

Divorce - Life Insurance Issues regarding the value of the policy and how to handle beneficiary designations.

Nonqualified Deferred Compensation Plan Distribution - The various options for reaching a fair distribution of these investment plans.

College 529 Plans in Divorce - What happens to college 529 plans in divorce? If you and your husband set up a 529 plan to help save for your child's college expenses, here are two very important things to consider in handling these plans.

Dividing Hedge Funds in Divorce - Find out what issues family lawyers need to be familiar with prior to dividing a hedge fund in a divorce case, especially how fund assets are valued, the clients rights to cash in shares, and recognizing the tax ramifications.

Converting IRA Funds to a Roth IRA - There are many advantages of converting a traditional retirement plan to a Roth IRA, but there exists a unique benefit for divorcing taxpayers. Find out more.

Establishing an ESOP to Achieve a Settlement - This is a viable option to consider if you're a divorcing spouse with a multi-million dollar business, but don't have enough assets or money to equitably fulfill the divorce settlement. 

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