Every widow’s journey is different. Mine began in December of 2011 when I lost my partner, Bryan. His sudden passing left me feeling like my entire future had died with him. I spent the next phase of my life in the fog that every widow knows all too well. I wanted so badly for someone to make the pain subside, or to wake up and realize it had all been a bad dream.
As I tried to make sense of what had happened, I was searching for a way to turn my pain into a positive – and found it through my business; by focusing my wealth management practice on working with widows.
One of the biggest fears that plagues a women following the death of a spouse is: what will happen to me financially? How am I going to support my family and manage my finances on my own? Am I going to be ok? This page is here to provide guidance and resources to help you navigate this difficult time, and help you feel more secure with your financial future.
Losing a loved one can be overwhelming and emotionally draining. And in the wake of that loss, money may be the last thing on your mind... I'd like to help! Let's connect.