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Scott Reisenweaver

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Independent Wealth Management Firm

Reisenweaver Wealth Management is an independently owned financial consulting firm with more than 21 years of dedicated personalized service to our clients. Our independence allows us to offer you an unbiased objective approach to serving your wealth management needs. 

Reisenweaver Wealth Management works exclusively with the families of business owners, executives and professionals in the Mid-Atlantic region. We use a comprehensive Five Step Process to address the 13 wealth management issues that all successful people face. With a national network of subject matter experts as well as local accomplished accountants, attorneys, and investment bankers, we are able to align the necessary resources through all phases of our collaborative wealth management process. What makes us unique is that we invest the time other firms typically do not take to best understand your circumstances, your wants and desires and develop your own personalized plan to accomplish your objectives.

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