PFP532: Financial Planning for Domestic Partners
The Accredited Domestic Partnership AdvisorSM enhances my knowledge to serve existing clients and reinforces my credibility when reaching out to potential clients. – Jill H
This graduate-level program introduces students to the unique financial planning needs of couples who are considered to be unmarried under either state or federal law, or both, and offers the opportunity to earn the Accredited Domestic Partnership AdvisorSM, or ADPA®, designation.
The curriculum addresses the unique financial planning needs of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) individuals, as well as heterosexual couples who have chosen not to marry. Specifically covered are factors and situations that cause financial planning for domestic partners to be different from financial planning for legally married spouses, including wealth transfer, taxation, retirement planning, and estate planning issues; as well as alternative planning solutions for these situations.
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Upon completion of the PFP532 curriculum and the final examination, you are then eligible to apply for the Accredited Domestic Partnership AdvisorSM, or ADPA®, designation.
In order to eligible for the ADPA program, you must currently hold one of the following designations or certifications: CRPC®, AAMS®, AWMA®, APMA®, CIMA, ChFC, JD, CPA, CFA,
CTFA, or CFP®.
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PFP532 and the ADPA® curriculum are worth 3 graduate semester credit hours and up to 45 hours of continuing education credit with some organizations.
Students typically complete their studies within 10-12 weeks.
The curriculum is based on a client-centered, problem-solving method using case studies to give you a hands-on approach to the material. Also included are open-ended, multiple-choice, and case analysis related questions to help you prepare for the exam and equip you with knowledge to help your clients. The College's highly qualified, full-time faculty is available via telephone or e-mail to support you in your studies.