Financial independence for women
Money may not bring you happiness, but it gives you the means to live the life you want.
From speaking to so many different women, some of whom have been pursuing a career, some who have been bereaved, some who have separated or divorced, I know how important true financial independence really is. Through my work as an Independent Financial Planner, I've met far too many women who thought that their financial futures were out of their hands. Women who felt trapped by their financial status.
Fortunately, through Cockburn Lucas 4 Women, I've been able to help them achieve their personal aspirations. And I'd love to help you too. Through CL4Women, I’m here to support you in making the most informed financial decisions about your future.
Together we can change the way you think about your personal finances. Together we can help you plan the future you really want, or make the most of your money now.
Financial planning for women by women
We created CL4Women to help women like you to take responsibility for your finances. We'll guide you through some critical life stages:
But it isn't just about the advice... This website is my baby - and I'd like to tell you more about why I think you'll enjoy working with us. So I've also included guides to our unique service proposition, and our exclusive sisterhood events...
Click here or on the image to the left, to download our free guide, Re-Defining Financial Planning for Women.
You're invited to an Afternoon Tea Party
Come for a relaxed evening of fun with refreshments, cake, and cocktails. There will be a charity raffle and two guest speakers… Read More...
Cash Flow Modelling – Helping to map your financial journey
I am excited to let you know about a major new development within CL4Women over recent months, and that is the introduction of Cash Flow Modelling to our client advice process. Read More...
The importance of using a specialist divorce lawyer
In my role heading up CL4Women I have met many female clients and professionals who are going through, or have recently gone through, the painful process of a divorce. Read More...
“Yesterday is gone. Tomorrow has not yet come. We have only today. Let us begin.”