Extreme wealth is not without its hardships—just ask Biggie. You have to pay a bunch of taxes, deal with extended family asking for money, and make big, difficult choices like whether to buy a yacht or a vacation home.
It’s a good thing Wells Fargo has has a special program for the “uniquely wealthy.” For clients with over $50,000,000 in investable assets, Wells Fargo has Abbot Downing, a wealth management unit. On their website, Abbot Downing promises it “provides comprehensive services to ultra-high-net-worth clients. Drawing on the strength of Wells Fargo, we listen and then tailor solutions to address clients’ complex needs across generations.”
Naturally, one of those services is therapy.
On the list of “Planning and Family Dynamic” benefits, Abbot Downing writes: “Family Dynamics professionals help foster effective communication and develop strategies to preserve wealth across generations,” i.e. help moderate between heirs bickering over their grandparents’ fortunes. Classy stuff!
It’s a good thing poor people don’t have any problems—especially family dynamic problems surrounding finances.