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Marjorie Edenfield, CFP®, CDFA®Advisor

In my role as a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER®, I have the opportunity to help families meet their financial goals by empowering individuals to make confident, educated financial decisions. I have particular interest in helping women who are transitioning to the sole decision makers for their family because I grew up in a home where one parent was not privy to the family’s financial circumstances nor included in the decision-making process. Although this approach works well for many families, in my own experience, this expectation of trust fostered feelings of dependency and lack of control during times of financial uncertainty. I strongly believe that no one should ever have to feel this way.

Being financially “savvy” is beneficial in a blissful marriage, but it’s critical in divorce.

It’s for this reason that I’ve chosen to focus my work on guiding women through the divorce transition and empower them to make sound, confident financial decisions that will positively impact their family’s wellbeing and financial future for years to come.  Click here for more information about our divorce financial planning services.

Certified Financial Planner™
Certified Divorce Financial Analyst®

BBA, concentration in Accounting, Brenau University
Certificate in Financial Planning, Terry College of Business, University of Georgia

Atlanta Track Club, Run Lead Volunteer
Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Program, Volunteer
The Drake House, Young Professionals Advisory Council

Marjorie’s Personal Story

  • Fluent in Afrikaans

  • Marathon runner

  • Travelling near and far

  • Dog mom to Leai, the crazy miniature Schnauzer

In college, my professor made each student stand up to say what we were passionate about. I hated this exercise, because I had no idea! I remember feeling irritated as I gave my usual unimaginative answer: “I’m passionate about traveling.” But five semesters and five answers later, I finally got to my real truth: a passion for learning and service to others.

In my years of study, I told myself that if I pursued accounting, I would do my time working in the basement of some accounting firm for years… but it would all be worth it, because eventually “they would let me work with people.”

Later, RPG was one of my internships in accounting and finance. I saw the difference right away. I would have the opportunity to serve and work closely with individuals and their families from Day One! That is what I’m passionate about, and I’m so glad I pursued a career in financial planning at RPG.