Mark Hildebrand

Unlike other advisors who are focused on selling financial products, Mark takes pride in providing a valuable service that is carefully tailored to meet each individual client’s unique needs. In many cases, these needs arise when individuals facing divorce need expert consultation to protect their long-term financial interests. Whatever the need may be, Mark finds fulfillment in his role by developing a long-term relationship with his clients. He considers it both a privilege and an incredible responsibility to be a trusted advisor as clients work to ensure financial security and pursue their long-term goals.

Mark graduated from Liberty University in 2004 with a Bachelor’s degree in Business. Shortly after graduation, he decided to pursue credentials that would enable him to provide a more comprehensive advisory service to his clients. In 2010 he earned his Certified Public Accountant (CPA) license and in 2012 he earned both his Certified Financial Planner™ (CFP®) and his Certified Divorce Financial Analyst® (CDFA®) licenses. He is also a trained Financial Professional in the area of Collaborative Law and serves as Secretary of the Central Indiana Association of Collaborative Professionals.

Mark and his wife, Patricia, reside on the Near Eastside of Indianapolis with their two children, Caroline and Gabriel, and their dog, Joey. At this stage of life he has little free time, but when he does get a moment to relax, he loves doing Crossfit, going fishing, and reading. He and Patricia also regularly participate in mission trips with Hope Road Nicaragua where they focus on orphan care and underprivileged community development.

Speaking Information

Speaking Engagements

I am a regular speaker and presenter at Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum (ICLEF), the Indianapolis Bar Association, and the Hamilton County Bar Association.

“Key Financial Issues Encountered in Moderate to High Asset Divorce”, June 2019

Tax Reform and Implications to Family Law, March 2019

Tax Reform and Implications to Family Law, October 2018

Tax Reform and Implications Family Law Mediation, September 2018

“Advanced Family Law Roundtable”, May 2018

“Tax Considerations When Dividing Marital Assets”, December 2017

“Financial Considerations in Family Law Mediation”, August 2017

“Financial Wellness for Practitioners”, June 2017

“14th Annual Family Law Institute – Financial Planning in Divorce and Social Security Benefits”, October 2016

“Financial Considerations in Family Law Mediation”, August 2016

“Financial Considerations in Family Law Mediation”, August 2015

“Financial Considerations in Family Law Mediation”, October 2014

“Hot Topics in Tax, Family Law & Estate Planning”, July 2014

“Financial Considerations in Family Law Mediation”, November 2013

“Tax Considerations in the 2013 Divorce”, September 2013

“Financial Considerations for the 2013 Collaborative Divorce”, March 2013

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