It's critical for people going through divorce to understand the financial implications of decisions regarding property, child support and spousal support
Mountain View, CA (PRWEB) October 23, 2009
Stanford Investment Group, Inc. is pleased to announce that Talia Pierluissi has recently attained the Certified Divorce Financial Analyst™ (CDFA™) designation. Ms. Pierluissi, a Wealth Advisor at Stanford Investment Group, Inc. is trained to provide financial information and assistance to people going through divorce. "It's critical for people going through divorce to understand the financial implications of decisions regarding property, child support and spousal support," Pierluissi says.
As a CDFA™ Ms. Pierluissi works closely with clients and their attorneys to determine the short-term and long-term financial impact of a proposed divorce settlement. Financial decisions should take care of immediate needs and address retirement and long-term care needs as well. With this information, the pros and cons of a settlement are able to be reviewed by both parties and their attorneys.
Ms. Pierluissi a Wealth Advisor and Certified Financial Planner™ offers customized planning and tax-efficient strategies to preserve wealth for clients and their families. She seeks to guide clients through complex life events by helping them make thoughtful financial decisions that align with their goals and values.
Stanford Investment Group, Inc., an independent investment advisor and broker-dealer located in California's Silicon Valley, has 27 years of experience guiding clients through many economic cycles and market changes.
For more information visit the Stanford Investment Group website at: http://www.stanfordinvestment.com
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