Leave your wealth, your way

The team at Mullooly Asset is here to help you ensure your wealth ends up in the right hands

A thoughtful approach to your legacy

Leaving a legacy and making sure your hard-earned wealth is properly distributed shouldn’t be so complicated. But sometimes, you’re just not sure where to start. That’s where we come in.

Our team will work with your attorney and tax preparer to understand your final wishes and distribute your estate. A little foresight and thoughtful planning can go a long way in terms of making things easier for your loved ones during a difficult time.

Have a strategy in place no matter how much you plan to leave behind

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Put your needs first

We know how important it is that your estate is handled to your wishes. Our professionals help guide you through the process of understanding what to expect when estate planning, while making sure your beneficiaries are up to date.
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Work with an experienced team

With XX+ years of experience under our belt, we’ve made it our mission to only offer advice that suits your best interests. We’re well-versed in preparing the transfer of wealth and promise to cover all of your bases when planning your estate.

It’s never too early to get your affairs in order

step one

Schedule a free consultation

No need to bring documents. We just want to listen to your story. You’ll learn about our process and let you ask lots of questions.

step two

Build a customized plan

We'll work on creating a plan, including your cash flow & balance sheet, to help you gain a better grasp of where you stand. And what your future could look like.

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Looking ahead, working together

We’ll have a straightforward, easy-to-understand path built just for you. And, as fiduciaries, we will be alongside you each step of the way.

4 steps to prepare you for the next 25 years

Our latest free guide will help you:

Get started in creating the life you envision


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Create your own financial legacy with a will and power of attorney

Intentionally direct your money, rather than letting circumstances do it for you