#RichLifeLawyer Episode 009: How to Manage Your Financial Planner

As an estate planning attorney I know how easy it is to get blinders on when it comes to counseling my clients. It takes a special level of concentration to make sure each client is achieving their specific goals, not the ones I think they should be achieving.

The same situation applies to financial planners.

Here’s how to get the most out of your financial planner.

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Christopher Small helps people get rich and live forever. He is more than just an estate planning lawyer. He wants to help you create legacy.

That’s what The #RichLifeLawyer Show is all about. It’s his way of providing awesome value for free. The goal of this show is to give you life hacks that will help you build wealth, create generational wealth, and protect your family.

You’ll find information here on estate planning, financial planning, productivity, finance, self-improvement, family protection, tax avoidance, and anything else Christopher thinks will help improve your quality of life (and after-life).

Christopher is a Rich Life buy dog antibiotics online Lawyer with CMS Law Firm LLC. He is a speaker, a blogger, a husband, a father, a golfer, and really good at helping people create the life of their dreams.

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Cheers,

Christopher Small

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