Most anyone can find a few people to say nice things about them. Therefore, although I have received plenty of accolades and recognition as a divorce financial professional, I won't bore you with a lot of sanitized glowing remarks about how wonderful I am.

The reasons for "no testimonials" are simple. Because I am a licensed financial professional, subject to extensive regulations, I am prohibited from using testimonials. I adhere to these regulatory restrictions in all that I do, follow the rules, and practice to my highest standards at all times. The logic to such a restriction is that quotes from a few people will not accurately represent 100% of the opinions, held by 100% of the people, 100% of the time. I think that is good reasoning.

Evidence of the respect and admiration I have earned as a divorce financial expert, among professionals as well as clients, is confirmed by continued:

  • Requests to speak at professional and community events
  • Requests to serve in professional leadership roles at the national level
  • Coverage by the press regarding my services and accomplishments
  • Requests to write on professional topics for multiple publications
  • Referrals from other professionals as well as highly satisfied former clients

I hope that these indicators of who I am, what I do, and how I can help you with your divorce provide the reassurances you need to consider using my services.



© 2015 Rosemary Frank Financial, LLC  Educational purposes only. No financial, legal or tax advice provided.


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