Some transitions are unplanned and feel like threatening storms: divorce, widowhood, unemployment, or receipt of an inheritance. Other transitions are planned but could feel just as confusing: a career move or a philanthropic decision.

               If you're a woman in transition, come in out of the storm; take care of yourself and your money. Let The Grace Financial Group (TGFG) show you how.

              Marion, TGFG's owner, realizes that women love to talk, and that's why her financial planning takes an interactive approach. She'll brainstorm with you, put all the pieces on the table, and make a plan for fitting them back together according to not only where you are, but how you are, while keeping an eye on where you want to go.

               Marion has hosted numerous seminars for which she developed and copyrighted the material WAM: Women and Money, the Perfect Relationship©. She's been recognized by the Sussex County Chamber of Commerce for her enduring dedication to women and their finances, and she's been invited by the prestigious, more-than-a-century-old American Association of University Women as a guest speaker.

               In her informal and fun-formatted Q&A-based workshops, Marion guides women toward

  • discovering their inner roadblocks to money
  • learning the self-talk that builds wealth
  • and taking the action steps of the financially-savvy.

              If you're a woman in transition—whether married, divorced, widowed, or single—come for a consultation. Partner with Marion and The Grace Financial Group; together, you'll find resources you can trust to create the ideal plan for managing your wealth and protecting your assets!