In the spring of 2007, as my marriage was disintegrating, I happened to read an article in the newspaper about Cindy. I had no idea that such a service even existed. I cold-called Cindy a few months later and we probably talked on the phone for an hour. I instantly knew that she would be my advocate, my advisor, my mentor, and my friend. I didn’t have any close friends that had gotten divorced, so to find someone that understood what I was going through was incredibly helpful. We laughed and we cried (well I did….) before we ever met each other.
Throughout the next 18 months, as I contemplated what to do, Cindy was always available to offer me counseling, financial advice and a shoulder to cry on. As my divorce became an upcoming reality, she armed me with the financial advice to put me in the best possible position to receive a fair outcome. My divorce was not the typical situation, i.e. two incomes/one house, but instead had many components that many divorces don’t contain. She understood them all – no situation was too complicated for her.
My divorce was settled a few years ago and Cindy has remained as my financial advisor, my cheerleader, and my friend. I totally trust her financial advice. I would not hesitate to recommend her to anyone. She will offer financial expertise and emotional support; she understands what you are going through and she will help you find your new future.