My Story from the Heart 

When my husband died it felt like a big part of me died, too. I lost the love of my life and the dreams we had shared for our future. But that bitter unhappiness was the beginning of my new life ahead. After his passing, I wanted to use my gifts to help my widowed sisters and their advisors. 

This quest became my calling, my new purpose--assisting other women after the death of their spouse. It began with writing a guidebook for widows. Now it continues as I encourage advisors to work effectively with widows . . . helping these women to move forward on their own, not alone.

Here's a PechaKucha style video about our research that was published in the January 2016 issue of the Journal of Financial Service Professionals.

Are You Connecting Well with Widows? 

Widows are one of the fastest-growing groups--almost 13 million in the U.S. today. 

Most of these women are charting a new course they didn't want or expect. Many also don't feel secure about their money matters either.

It's true that about 70% of widows leave their advisors after their spouse dies. But if a widow feels you understand her and what she needs, she'll stay. Do this right, and you'll also attract other widowed clients.

Rehl WEALTH Collaborations LLC can help you grow your business by serving widows in transiton well. 

Discounts available for larger orders.

When the time is right, give this guidebook to your widowed client or friend, as a compassionate gift of your care.

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