• Ian Hawkins

Interested in being a financial neutral?

It is a great feeling to know that you have helped people to create a better outcome than they likely would have were you not involved. Such is the privileged position of the financial neutral.

Working as a neutral is satisfying and enjoyable, but certainly not easy and very different to the work of a financial planner, it takes care, sensitivity, compassion, patience and a detailed financial knowledge.

The discussions in which you will assist are often emotional and you will need to be sensitive to the requirements of each person as they will often have different levels of knowledge and be at different places emotionally.

Clients and their professional advisers will value the input of a financial neutral, if you are not already working as a neutral and are confident you have the required skills you should make contact with your local family law community to discuss the services that you can offer.

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