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Susan R. Copeland has earned the Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA®) Designation

Susan R. Copeland, CFP®, CDFA®, Bridgeworth Associate Advisor, has received the Certified Divorce Financial Analyst designation through The Institute for Divorce Financial Analysts (IDFA™). The CDFA® is a credential for professionals specializing in the financial aspects of divorce.  Susan went through an intensive training program, covering 11 different domains related to divorce planning, including but not …

The BBJ’s 2021 Who’s Who in Birmingham Wealth

The Birmingham Business Journal has named its “Who’s Who in Birmingham Wealth ” for 2021.  For the second consecutive year, Bridgeworth CEO DeLynn Zell, CFP®, has been included in this spotlight of leaders across Birmingham’s financial scene. “We’ve identified the top executives from the largest financial planning and wealth management firms on our most recent …

Taking Control of Your End-of-Life Care

If you live a long time and need help toward the end, who will help you? Where will you receive that care? If you cannot make decisions for yourself, who will you want to make your financial, legal, and medical decisions? Yes, these difficult questions may lead to uncomfortable conversations, but the result will be …

DeLynn Zell Named as one of America’s Top Women Wealth Advisors by Forbes

We are proud to announce Bridgeworth CEO DeLynn Zell has been honored as one of Forbes Top Women Wealth Advisors.  Research President R.J. Shook proudly announced that “seeing the incredible women on this list shows clients are demanding diversity and want to see advisors that look like them. It’s an honor to highlight the women …

Women & Wealth Management

Finances are a driving force behind much of what happens in our lives. Whether it’s as simple as deciding what to order off the lunch menu or as complex as planning retirement, we all make many choices every day which guide our financial future. So, why is it that we, specifically women, tend to shy …