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Protect Your Financial Advisor Practice

The financial services industry is changing rapidly. Times of transition either can lead to tremendous growth or devastating loss, especially if you're a registered representative and/or an investment adviser with more to lose. You may be pressured into moving your practice — your livelihood — by headhunters without your best interests at heart. Mishandling transitions can sabotage everything you've worked so hard to earn. Where do you go when your situation changes? What about your clients?

Let the experts at Financial Advisor Transitions help you to ensure that your practice remains yours. With our decades of experience, we've seen how a good deal can preserve and protect your livelihood for many years to come and how quickly a bad deal can end it. Our strategy consultants will assess your wants and needs and help negotiate a transition plan to propel your practice forward in its next phase, whatever your situation. It's your firm. What you do with it is your choice. Maintain your independence. Schedule your consultation with Financial Advisor Transitions today.

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Why Choose Us
We're different, as lawyers.
We're different, as lawyers.
We have spent decades preserving and protecting the practices of financial advisors nationwide. We know what it takes to negotiate a good deal, whether it is an employment agreement, a promissory note agreement, a merger agreement, a buy/sell agreement, or a succession planning agreement. We utilize all of that expertise for your benefit at Financial Advisor Transitions.
We're different, as strategic consultants.
We're different, as strategic consultants.
We are not headhunters or recruiters. Instead, at Financial Advisor Transitions, we are consultants who strategize with you. We learn what you want, and what you need. Then we strategize together as your consultants to position you to prosper the most from your unique skills and strengths.
We're different, we're experienced.
We're different, we're experienced.
We know the mistakes financial advisors have made before you in their transitions. We have decades of experience salvaging the wreckage of bad transitions. Poor planning? Pressured decisions? Undocumented promises? Inept support? Management changes? Policy reversals? We have seen it all. And that's how we can help you, as a client of Financial Advisor Transitions, avoid those and other mistakes.
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