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John Savadjian is a trusted insurance broker and fiduciary financial advisor who provides financial services and insurance advice for his clients in New Jersey and New York.

Financial Advisor legal challenges

Common Litigation Challenges for Financial Advisors

Securities law deals with the regulations that apply to financial instruments like stocks, bonds, and mutual funds. In addition to preventing violations like insider trading, fraud, and market manipulation, these laws also promote greater transparency through a system of reporting and enforcement.

Within the financial planning field, there are plenty of rules and regulations of which financial advisors need to be aware in order to avoid legal issues.  While most financial planning lawsuits arise from losses caused by flawed financial advising, there are a number of instances in which a financial professional may be vulnerable to a lawsuit. While every financial advisor knows the duty of care they owe to their clients to work towards their best interests, it is also important for them to be familiar with other kinds rules violations that could result in litigation.

Divorce Laws NJ

Common Questions for Divorce Lawyers

When people marry, they pledge to be together forever. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. No one likes the idea of going through a divorce, but some circumstances make it nearly impossible for people to stay with each other. The decision to end a marriage, however, is almost always an emotional and legally complicated matter. Therefore, we have put together answers to some of the most commonly asked questions about divorce.

What Makes a Good Financial Advisor

What Makes a Good Financial Advisor

Financial advisors are powerful people, because they manage money, they also, in a sense, manage lives. This fact means that your financial advisor holds a critical role in your life, both in the present and the future. You and family depend upon the fruits of your labor for so many things, which is why it’s important to find the right financial advisor. The question is—how to find a good one? Naturally, your financial advisor must have the proper credentials. He or she must be educated and knowledgeable in the field of managing of money. But your financial advisor must also be respectful of you, the client, and must also be trustworthy. Here are some tips from top financial advisors on how to tell if you’ve found a good one.

Why You Need a Financial Advisor

You Need a Financial AdvisorThere are many things you ought to do on your own, but managing your money may not be one of them. Regardless of your age, you likely work very hard for the money you earn; you need to know it’s working hard for you. But if you try to go it alone when it comes to managing it, you may find yourself behind the eight ball, particularly if you’re nearing retirement age. In fact, the more money you have to manage, the less apt you are to manage it well—if you aren’t a financial advisor yourself, that is. The more complex your portfolio, the more experience and knowledge an advisor you’ll need in order to navigate the intricacies of the financial industry. Here are some reasons why a top financial advisor may be a better answer for managing your money than going the DIY road.