Second Saturday offers non-biased financial, emotional and legal advice from qualified local professionals, providing people with the knowledge, support, resources and trust that they need to survive the divorce process and move forward with confidence toward a new life.
The flagship San Diego workshop has helped over ten thousand women while raising nearly $400,000 for the San Diego community in the form of scholarships and educational programs.
Building on that success in San Diego, Second Saturday Divorce Workshops are now in locations around the country, helping to empower even more individuals and families.
This greatly needed program expansion was made possible through a generous donation by Karen Camp, an extraordinary woman whose personal divorce journey fueled her desire to help others better navigate the process with less pain and stress.
Second Saturday was created by the non-profit Women’s Institute for Financial Education (WIFE.org), the nation’s longest-running non-profit devoted to female financial literacy, whose co-founders Candace Bahr and Ginita Wall are true champions for women in their quest for financial knowledge.
Harry Panosian, CFP m was formed to provide clients with comprehensive
Financial planning and wealth management services. Motivated by its desire to help every client achieve financial liberty, the firm offers a multidisciplinary financial approach, a broad network of certified professionals, valuable access, and a dedicated team that offers a tailored experience and services to their clients. In addition, this specialized team of financial experts is committed to serving its clients with loyalty, fairness, responsibility, and competency. They know that their clients have worked hard to get where they are today, and the firm vows to help them get where they are going tomorrow.
The Firms’s values go hand in hand with that of the founders of Wife.org and Second Saturday.com.
secondsaturdayscottsdale.com was born out of the need to serve people searching for answers when faced with life changing decisions.