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Our Process

Our Process

Our first priority is helping you take care of yourself and your family. We want to learn more about your personal situation, identify your dreams and goals, and understand your tolerance for risk. Long-term relationships that encourage open and honest communication have been the cornerstone of my foundation of success.

We use a comprehensive financial planning process to help our clients identify their goals, get organized, create an action plan, and put themselves in the best possible position for success.

Our financial planning process involves four steps, which are always a collaboration between us and our clients.

Schedule a Consultation

Step 1

Discuss Goals & Objectives

Step 2

Gather Data, Analyze, and Develop a Plan

Step 3

Review and Implement the Plan*

Step 4

Monitor and Update the Plan

Your unique vision, our collaborative approach

Through a collaborative, one-on-one relationship and a concise process, your financial planner will help you realize the full potential of your financial future by identifying and prioritizing your short- and long-term goals. This is a critical first step in helping you  engineer a targeted plan that employs financial strategies customized to meet your needs.

A relationship built on trust

A relationship built on trust

We aim to provide you with a plan of action to help you reach your goals. You will have the satisfaction that comes from knowing that you have a plan that will help you to achieve your objectives and goals because you are working with someone you can trust.  We will provide you with clear answers
to your questions and will work with your attorney, accountant and other advisers to help you bring your plan to fruition.

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*Financial plan recommendations can be implemented with the advisor of your choosing. Implementation of specific products or services may result in commissions or fees outside of the financial plan fee. Periodic reviews of your financial plan may require a new planning agreement and result in additional fees.