WHO WE SERVE
Most of our clients can be grouped into two categories: families and women.
Our clients have in common a need for a professional partner who understands their unique situation and can help them understand the issues that they should plan for, both today and tomorrow. We offer our clients objective insights into the particular issues that concern them. For some, we act as an educator. For others, a coach or mentor. For most, we are a trusted partner and advisor that empowers them to take control of their financial lives.
Our comprehensive approach means we’re able to help you with your financial life, and not just manage your investments. Holistic planning and advice allows us to guide you through the transition from one life stage to the next.
For our families, these transitions may include children and grandchildren going to college; preparing for and entering retirement; family and relationship changes; and caring for aging friends, relatives or parents.
For our female clients, it may mean helping manage financial affairs through transitions like the loss of a spouse, partner or loved one; separation or divorce; a job or career change; the sale of a business, or retirement.
- Financially successful, but uncertain about options or opportunities
- Seeking clarity and confidence about their financial security
- In transition: retirement, widowed or divorced, inheritance
- Lacking time, aptitude or interest in managing their investments
- Interested in preserving and growing their financial resources
Financially successful, but uncertain about options or opportunities
If this sounds like you, [and you have at least $1,000,000 to invest], we would love to meet with you, to see if we’re the right fit. Let’s get in touch.
While we would love to help everyone, we have very intentionally limited the number of clients we serve so that each client receives the personalized attention they need and deserve. If you feel that Springwater is not the best fit for you, we suggest you visit the CFP Board’s website at Let’s Make a Plan to find a Certified Financial Planner(r) near you, or alternatively the website for the National Association of Personal Financial Advisors (NAPFA) to Find an Advisor.