Howard Saperston Joins Forge Consulting

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Saperston returns as Managing Director of Mass Torts Planning

Howard Saperston

Howard Saperston

[W]e are glad to have Howard back in our ranks, applying his vast knowledge of mass torts planning, settlement planning and finance.

Forge Consulting LLC announces Howard Saperston will return to its expert settlement planning team to serve as Managing Director of Mass Torts Planning.

A former Vice President at Morgan Stanley, Howard has a long history of helping clients with financial planning. Howard brings over 20 years of service in the settlement industry back to the Forge team and is an expert in mass tort and class action settlement planning, having consulted on some of the nation’s largest cases throughout his career. Howard is regularly asked to participate in CLE programs to share his expertise on planning for predictability.

Spooner Phillips, CEO of Forge: "Forge Consulting LLC has been a leader in the settlement planning industry for over a decade, and we are glad to have Howard back in our ranks, applying his vast knowledge of mass torts planning, settlement planning and finance.”

Howard is a graduate of Lake Forrest College. He lives in Buffalo, New York, with his wife, Jamie, and their two young sons, Truman and Sawyer.

About Advocacy Wealth Management
Advocacy Wealth Management is an SEC-registered advisory firm focused on serving the needs of the plaintiffs and their attorneys in the settlement process. Advocacy stands proudly at the forefront of the settlement planning industry, providing an objective assessment of options, and turning abstract dollar signs and terms into tangible plans.

About Forge Consulting LLC
Founded in 2003, Forge Consulting LLC serves plaintiffs and their attorneys with a full suite of services. The consultants at Forge provide a thorough analysis of settlement options on every case, identifying the client’s best interests and providing multiple options in easy to understand terms. Forge helps clients plan for the complicated issues associated with government benefits preservation, asset protection, estate planning, debt planning, housing, healthcare and more.

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