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Oaks Wealth Management - Houston, TX

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Working with an independent advisor ensures that your advisor will choose solutions that are suited to your unique needs and will never be obligated to sell proprietary products. 

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Service

Our practice was built and designed to serve others.  We advocate for our clients and promise to serve everyone with the same passion and energy with which we serve our country and community.

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Independent doesn’t mean alone. Our practice is supported by over 20 seasoned professionals that stand ready to tackle any financial planning questions. 

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We are a client-focused, principles-driven, advice and asset management company.

Our mission is to have meaningful relationships doing meaningful work with individuals, families, and business that share our principles.


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