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Emily Boothroyd, JD, CFP®, CDFA™

Certified financial planner, certified divorce financial analyst and estate planning specialist

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I am a Financial Planning Specialist with Westport Resources in Westport, CT. I am an attorney licensed to practice in Connecticut and New York, a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ and a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst. I work with clients to realize their dreams through goal setting, creating well rounded financial plans, and implementing successful investment and planning strategies. 

I've been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Investopedia, Fiscal Times, and Mommy Nearest, and enjoy speaking in the community for organizations like Dress for Success and Workplace. I also combined my love of yoga and meditation and my financial planning expertise to create seminars for women at local yoga studios focusing on awareness and money and how to build a plan to support your dreams in life. 

I earned my B.A. from St. Andrews Presbyterian College in North Carolina and my Juris Doctor from Quinnipiac University School of Law in Connecticut.

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