Divorce Planner’s Novel Approach Leads to Lucrative Business
It is not uncommon for people who have suffered through some sort of adversity to dedicate their professional lives to helping others steer clear of some of the same difficulties.
While such a course may be meaningful, even noble, when it comes to the financial advisory profession it may also be quite lucrative. That’s what Justin Reckers has come to find in establishing a financial advisory firm dedicated to the needs of individuals and couples going through divorce, and with his finely tuned approach has garnered a whopping retention rate.
To address that gap, Pacific Divorce Management offers assistance in three alternative approaches to avoiding the cost and acrimony of a court battle.
In a “collaborative divorce,” where the divorcing couple are willing to work together to part ways amicably, the financial advisor acts as a neutral party who collects financial data from third-party sources.
In all three approaches, Reckers bills hourly. But the trust that develops in the relationships with divorcing clients has indeed been a boon to his wealth management business.
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