Jerry L. Style, CFP®, CDFA

Freedom Tax & Financial Services

1690 Washington Avenue

Bohemia, NY 11716

(631) 585-4000

JStyle@FreedomPlanners.com         www.freedomplanners.com

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BIO:

Jerry L. Style is an Enrolled Agent, a Certified Financial Planner™, and an expert in divorce financial planning.  He has a large tax and accounting practice, servicing about 1,000 individuals and 200 small businesses. Jerry has worked on numerous divorce cases with attorneys and divorcing clients. He received a BBA from Hofstra University in 1975. Jerry has conducted several seminars, and is currently an instructor at Dowling College Institute, providing adult education courses such as “Gaining Financial Control of your Divorce.”

Jerry offers divorcing individuals a free one-hour meeting in which he will discuss the specifics of your case and how you can best gain and maintain financial control of your divorce.   

Jerry and his partner, Bob Sick, CPA, own Freedom Financial Services, LLC and Freedom Tax & Business Services, LLC.  Together they have over 30 years experience in the fields of taxation, finances and divorce planning.  Freedom Financial Services, LLC and Freedom Tax & Business Services, LLC staff about ten highly qualified and caring individuals who provide comprehensive tax, insurance and financial services to individuals and businesses.

Jerry is one of less than 1,000 financial planners nationwide licensed as a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA) by the Institute for Divorce Financial Analysts (IDFA). Jerry continuously updates his income tax, financial planning and divorce knowledge through seminars and courses. He is also licensed in life and health insurance.

Jerry has personally experienced the pain and frustration of a contested divorce and custody battle and understands both the emotional and financial trauma.  He is remarried and the father of six children, who, by the way, have all received, or are in the process of receiving their college educations.

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