Planning Groups Collaborate to Help Professionals Further Knowledge Base

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The National Association of Personal Financial Advisors (NAPFA) and the Association of Divorce Financial Planners (ADFP) are establishing a relationship to share educational content with the members of the respective organizations to help them enhance their knowledge base.

We believe members of both NAPFA and the ADFP will benefit from the synergy of our organizations in areas of providing continuing education, membership discounts, website content and marketing.

The National Association of Personal Financial Advisors (NAPFA) and the Association of Divorce Financial Planners (ADFP) are establishing a relationship to share educational content with the members of the respective organizations to help them enhance their knowledge base.

NAPFA, the country’s leading association of Fee-Only financial advisors, will offer ADFP members an opportunity to attend NAPFA conferences and take part in various educational programs designed to help advisors transition to a Fee-Only compensation model. The ADFP, an association of divorce financial planners who have an interdisciplinary knowledge of financial and legal issues in divorce, will offer NAPFA members an opportunity to take part in educational programs on the nuances of divorce planning.

“We are excited about the opportunity to share our educational content with members of the ADFP who are interested in understanding how they can transition their businesses to a Fee-Only model,” said Ellen Turf, CEO of NAPFA. “NAPFA members practice comprehensive financial planning, addressing issues that go beyond investments. Our hope is that ADFP members will be able to build on their knowledge for the benefit of their clients and, if they feel it makes sense for them, learn what they have to do to be a member of NAPFA.”

The educational content that will be shared between the organizations will include discounts to attend the national conferences of both organizations, webinars, and articles to be printed in association magazines and newsletters.

“Both organizations are closely aligned in the mission to promote and enhance public and professional recognition of Fee-Only financial planning practitioners, albeit we specialize in a specific niche of divorce financial planning,” said Lili A. Vasileff, President of the ADFP. “We believe members of both NAPFA and the ADFP will benefit from the synergy of our organizations in areas of providing continuing education, membership discounts, website content and marketing.”

The relationship is in the development stages and opportunities for the members of both organizations will be announced in the coming weeks.

If you are interested in speaking with a representative of NAPFA or ADFP about the relationship, please contact Ben Lewis, NAPFA’s Communications and Marketing Manager, at (301) 963-7555 or ben(at)bdlpr(dot)com.

About NAPFA

Since 1983, The National Association of Personal Financial Advisors (NAPFA) has provided Fee-Only financial planners across the country with some of the strictest guidelines possible for professional competency, comprehensive financial planning, and Fee-Only compensation. With more than 2,400 members across the country, NAPFA has become the leading professional association in the United States dedicated to the advancement of Fee-Only financial planning.

For more information on NAPFA, please visit http://www.napfa.org.

About ADFP

Divorce financial planning is a fee only process, and members of the Association of Divorce Financial Planners (ADFP) are required to function in a fee only capacity during the divorce process. They are trained, experienced financial planning practitioners who have an interdisciplinary knowledge of financial and legal issues in divorce. Divorce financial planning members research and analyze personal, business and tax issues related to divorce.

For more information of the ADFP, please visit http://www.divorceandfinance.org.

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