Planning for the Cost of Adoption

There are many considerations when adopting a child. Taking steps to prepare for adoption costs can make your journey smoother.

Episode 13 – Regions Wealth Podcast Series

The expenses associated with adopting a child can be steep, and costs can vary widely based upon a variety of factors. For families wanting to add a plate at the dinner table, the road can be long, complicated, and costly. Wealth Advisor Keith McCord joins us to discuss financing adoption, and what steps families should take when preparing for adoption, both emotionally and otherwise.

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Keith MccordMeet the Speaker

Keith McCord is a Wealth Advisor for Regions Private Wealth in Tennessee who focuses not only on your immediate financial needs, but your complete financial picture to develop a comprehensive strategy to meet your goals. He is a graduate from the University of Tennessee with a BA in Business Administration. Keith brings more than 30 years of experience working in the finance industry. Want to find an advisor like Keith? Contact a Wealth Advisor today

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