Prospective Client Process

Whether you would like a second opinion or a looking for a new advisor, we offer a no obligation consultative process to review your needs and goals. We aim to make the process educational and hope it adds value for you.

  • Step One: Preliminary phone call between client and advisor.
  • Step Two: Opening meeting between client and advisor.
  • Step Three: Financial Report: containing situation analysis, recommendations and action plan.
  • Step Four: Second meeting between client and team to review the Financial Report and discuss questions and concerns.
  • Step Five: Client and advisor make a joint decision about moving forward together.

Please click here to arrange a consultation to begin the process today.


 

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