No question, answer, or discussion of any kind facilitated on this site is confidential or constitutes financial or legal advice. Questions answered are selected based on general consumer interest, and not all are addressed. Questions and answers may be displayed online and archived by Wealthtender. To make Wealthtender free for readers, we earn money from advertisers, including financial professionals and firms that pay to be featured. This creates a conflict of interest when we favor their promotion over others. Wealthtender is not a client of these financial services providers. Learn more.
Financial advisors may be able to help- most advisors have a focus of their practice, so look around for one that fits and reach out. Most advisors should offer a free 15-30 min consult to see if you are a fit for each other.
A few things to consider prior to reaching out:
- Are you receiving government services?
- Do you have a conservator or guardian assisting you?
- Is it a temporary or permanent disability?
When you say “back on track” what does that look like to you?
Paul Doak, CFP(R)
Greater Seattle, WA area