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Some lawyers do not like financial advisors. They do not consider them “professionals,” in the same category as doctors, CPAs and … lawyers. Those three professions needed to go to school for years, rack up lots of student loan debt and survive a barrage of exams to establish their credentials. They did not simply need to take some tests and get licensed by the state. However, it makes sense to develop a business relationship with a few financial advisors.
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