Cheryl C. Panther, CPA/PFS, ADFA/CDFA
Tennessee Supreme Court Rule 31 Listed Family Mediator
Certified Public Accountant/Personal Financial Specialist
Advanced Divorce Financial Analyst
Certified Divorce Financial Analyst
Cheryl Panther is President of Panther Financial Planning, LLC, a registered investment adviser (Tennessee). She began the firm in 2008 to address the need for creativity, practicality, and unparalleled client service in equal measure for financial planning clients. After working with a number of clients following their divorce who had encountered unexpected and unpleasant financial consequences for which they were not prepared, Cheryl wanted to find ways to help clients and their attorneys understand tax and financial considerations before committing to a divorce settlement. Thus, the practice area of services for divorcing clients was born. Cheryl provides creative, outside-the-box analytical skills to the often complex and confusing financial and taxation issues in divorce cases and settlements, providing a variety of specialized divorce financial services to clients and their attorneys.
Cheryl has been a CPA for more than 25 years and earned the prestigious Personal Financial Specialist designation from the American Institute of CPAs. She graduated from The University of Tennessee – Knoxville and received an Executive Certificate in Financial Planning from Belmont University. She holds membership in the following professional organizations:
- American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
- Tennessee Society of Certified Public Accountants
- Financial Planners Association
- International Academy of Collaborative Professionals
- Middle Tennessee Collaborative Alliance
- Institute for Divorce Financial Analysts
- Association of Divorce Financial Professionals
- Academy of Professional Family Mediators
Cheryl often teaches and presents to other professionals on the tax and financial aspects of divorce. She also teaches alternative dispute resolution processes locally and nationally to other professionals through the Institute for Family Conflict Resolution. She has been on the board of directors for the Middle Tennessee Collaborative Alliance since 2014 and is committed to continue her board involvement through 2021.
Cheryl provides services to clients in Davidson and Williamson Counties in Middle Tennessee, as well as surrounding areas.