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About Legacy One Financial

Since she started her career as a financial advisor in 2010, Gaea Verneris, founder of Legacy One Financial, continues to evolve her practice and the way she works with clients. She takes a holistic approach by educating and guiding others to work towards their individual and financial goals. Everyone has different dreams and desires for their future and Gaea has found a passion for helping people find that link between their resources and dreams. She strives to understand what is important to you, as a client, and engages in a process to help build personalized strategies designed to help reach your desired destination.

Gaea works with clients all over the United States, face-to-face, through phone appointments, and through web conferencing. She is committed to establishing and maintaining long-lasting relationships that allow her to bring purpose to her clients' lives and hard-earned money. Working together with you, she will help you determine the most appropriate and effective financial strategy for you and your family or business. She is committed to empowering you with the information necessary to make confident decisions regarding retirement, estate considerations, legacy planning for your family’s future and other financial solutions.

Our Vision

Our vision is to be your sole trusted advisor, attending to the details of your financial life, legacy planning and insurance needs. To partner with you to clarify your dreams, goals and values and to help you pursue financial security. To provide excellent service in such a way that you feel naturally inclined to refer your family and friends.


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