Your Partners Through the Unpredictable
While retirement planning and divorce planning have always been my focus, my knowledge in financial planning after a death in the family came naturally after I experienced first-hand the many decisions and challenges involved in such a devastating, life-changing event.
I experienced not one, but two, traumatic deaths in my family. Both of these deaths came with their own unique responsibilities: one required transitioning an estate from a joint estate to an individual estate, while the other involved helping a mother and children transition after their father’s death.
Neither of these experiences were easy to endure and navigate on my own, but they did provide me with invaluable insight into the steps each family must take to secure their family’s future, as well as their loved one’s legacy.
Your financial plan is built around your goals and vision. As your life and financial situation change, we continually make adjustments to optimize the outcome.
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