Advisers urged to be more proactive with grieving clients

When a client loses a loved one, advisers often tell them to "call anytime," but bereavement consultant Amy Florian says advisers should take the initiative and call the client themselves. She suggests a structured approach in which the adviser provides an outline of topics and outcomes covered in the client meeting and then makes a follow-up call to discuss them in more depth a few days later.

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