July 7, 2017 Published by Lindsay Bourkoff

Lindsay Bourkoff of Shrier Wealth Management learned many pro bono clients had been kept in the financial dark during their marriages.

When I agreed to serve as a volunteer planner for The Jewish Divorce Assistance Center of Los Angeles, I hoped to offer advice to women in crisis, enabling them to rebuild their financial lives. But the surprising result of this service was its powerful impact on my own family. . . Was I keeping my own daughters in the dark around money?”

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Lindsay Bourkoff, CFP® is the Director of Financial Planning at Shrier Wealth Management in Los Angeles. She can be reached at lindsay@shrierwealth.com or on Twitter @lindsaybourkoff
Lindsay Bourkoff is a Registered Representative with, and Securities and Advisory Services Offered Through LPL Financial, a Registered Investment Advisor. Member FINRA/SIPC
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