The Hidden Struggle for Men Who Marry into Money

Being rich solves a lot of problems, but it can also create some. Marriage problems, for instance.

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As outsiders looking in, people tend to focus on the many benefits afforded by great wealth. However, substantial wealth can introduce significant complexity within families, particularly among husbands and wives.

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Dave Parks, CFP<sup>®</sup>
Executive Chairman, Keel Point

Dave Parks serves as the Executive Chairman of Keel Point. He founded Keel Point in 1998 as a unique multi-family office and investment firm for ultra-high net worth families. Parks received his Bachelor of Science degree in Management Sciences from Duke University and is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™. He is a Registered Representative of Keel Point Capital, LLC. Prior to starting Keel Point, Parks led a financial planning practice for nine years with the Mason Companies.