Des Moines, IA —The College for Financial Planning®, located in Denver, is pleased to announce that Bob Eustice, of Des Moines, IA, has successfully completed the ACCREDITED DOMESTIC PARTNERSHIP ADVISORSM or ADPASM Professional Designation Program. Individuals, who complete the educational materials, pass a final exam, agree to abide by the Standards of Professional Conduct, and comply with self-disclosure requirements earn the right to use the ADPASM mark. Bob is the first advisor in Iowa & Nebraska to earn the ADPASM Professional Designation.
The ACCREDITED DOMESTIC PARTNERSHIP ADVISORSM or ADPASM Professional Designation Program addresses the unique financial planning needs of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) individuals, as well as heterosexual couples who have chosen not to marry. Specifically covered are factors and situations that cause financial planning for domestic partners to be different from financial planning for legally married spouses, including: Wealth transfer, taxation, retirement planning, and estate planning issues; as well as alternative planning solutions for these situations.