It’s a sad but true fact that “until death do us part” is not the case in approximately half of all marriages. Separation and divorce bring with them a myriad of issues and a lot of stress. Very few people give much thought to what will happen if their marriage doesn’t work out, and often they feel lost and overwhelmed. A relatively new kind of professional advisor can help you—a divorce coach. Due to the nature of the divorce coaching practice, the process takes on many of the elements of personal financial planning and the client is presented with detailed balance sheets, cash flow analyses, and financial scenarios. This pre-divorce work becomes a very critical foundation for the investment advice which would likely follow at the end.
We are pleased to announce that our Trusted Advisor “bench” just got deeper with the addition of Sheila Brennan, an investment advisor representative of Compass Capital Corporation. She is a 1982 graduate of the Drexel University in Philadelphia with a BS in accounting and a 1999 graduate of Lesley College with a Master of Education in technology.
Since 2004, Sheila has focused on a divorce coaching practice in the Greater Boston and Philadelphia areas. Working in conjunction with other members of the Compass Capital advisory team, Sheila offers the following financial support services:
- Provide a current and future financial overview
- Create a post-divorce budget
- Interpret financial issues
- Be proactive with all financial aspects of divorce.
A divorce coach is an essential component of your team who serves as your personal advocate, another set of eyes and ears with a full understanding of your issues. With Sheila’s experience in accounting and business, she understands and explains complicated financial scenarios in simple terms. Sheila creates spreadsheets that tell stories and clarify information.
Please join us in welcoming Sheila to the Compass Capital family. Should you or anyone you know be anywhere in the process of divorce, or contemplating it, please feel free to click here to see Sheila’s website describing her divorce centric planning process.
Reach Sheila by phone at 781-760-4212 or 610-687-1414 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.