What do you know about financial violence? Do you know what it is, and the danger it represents? Would you recognize it if you saw it? Understanding financial violence—what it is and how to avoid it–is critical to both your financial health and your overall safety and well-being. However, since both money and relationships can be sensitive subjects, financial violence, also known as financial abuse, is rarely addressed—until it’s too late. If you want to protect yourself and those you love, you don’t want to miss today’s program. I’ll also be sharing a second installment of my insightful and powerful conversation with estate planning and family law attorney Lori Anne Douglass of the law firm Douglass, Rademacher and Brown LLP. Douglass goes deeper into why you shouldn’t wait to become older or richer before being proactive when it comes to protecting your money and other assets. And of course, I’ll have another great recommendation for your Wealthy Thinking Reading List.