Special Strength: Inspires hope through knowledge
Goal: To support clients’ clarity with an objective financial and personal vision that meets logical and emotional needs
Focus: Custom financial solutions and divorce support with special emphasis in collaborative divorce
Interests: Advising women in transition, spending time with husband, Deon, young son, Dillon, and adult child Devon; motorcycle trips, adventure travel, escaping to their cabin up north for reading and relaxation.
Her Colleagues Say: “Amy can’t get enough on her plate. We’re ready for a team intervention to get her a hobby besides the business.”
Amy Jensen Wolff is among the less than 20% of financial planning professionals working directly with clients who are women, and this fact has given her an advantage when attracting women in transition who seek a like-minded advisor for their money.
Over the last 25 years of her career, Amy has superbly navigated the different ways men and women think about money in order to represent agreeable resolutions in more than 800 collaborative and mediation divorce cases. Amy’s strength in presenting workable options with logical reasoning and clear data has a way of making people feel comfortable and supported. Her approach to custom financial solutions has given countless clients a safe space to make well-reasoned financial decisions for their futures — and for their loved ones.
Amy has spoken locally and internationally on financial planning issues and has worked closely with family law attorneys, child specialists and divorce coaches. She is foremost an educator, moving clients toward confident financial literacy and freedom.
But Amy’s services don’t end once a divorce or estate settles. She continues to advise clients on retirement and investment decisions, budgeting, caring for adult children or parents, home and car purchases, refinancing and anything that relates to a client’s financial life. By remaining accessible and open to any question, Amy and the entire team at AJW Financial help clients avoid pitfalls and make decisions now that align well with their plans long term.
As co-founder of Collaborative Alliance Inc., an Edina, Minn-based executive suites, Amy facilitates a full-service environment for clients by providing one space for independent professionals to collaborate, share resources, ideas and energy since 2006. She is also the author of, “The Ultimate Women's Guide to Thrive after Divorce,” a comprehensive divorce aftercare financial guide.
Education and Designations
- The Institute for Divorce Financial Analysts, 2002, Certified Divorce Financial Analyst® (CDFA®)
- College of Financial Planning, 1995, Certified Financial Planner™ professional (CFP®)
- Series 7, Series 63 and Series 24 registrations
- University of Minnesota, Carlson School of Management, 1992, B.S. Business
- Minnesota Collaborative Law Institute, member, past board member and past president
- International Academy of Collaborative Professionals, member, past board member, past
- Daisy Camp, board member and frequent speaker
- Financial Planners Association of Minnesota, member and past board member
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