Divorce and Dispute Resolution
Cash flow planning
Women in Transition
Five Star Wealth Advisor 2016-2020
Member of the board of the Oregon Association of Collaborative Professionals (OACP); Volunteer presenter for Clear Transitions (part of Family Forward Oregon); member of the Divorce Alliance.
Janet is a Senior Wealth Advisor and a Principal of The Colony Group. She is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ practitioner and Certified Divorce Financial Analyst® professional with extensive experience in wealth management and the development of asset allocations for high net worth clients. As a CDFA® practitioner, Janet has particular expertise in working with clients through the divorce process, providing guidance and analytical support to help them understand the future financial impact of their decisions and assist both parties in obtaining a fair settlement so that no one spouse is disadvantaged financially. She works closely with clients to empower responsible decision-making and allow them to see a path to financial independence and identify future financial goals after a divorce. Janet also has experience with tax, retirement, insurance, and estate planning. She provides ongoing client relationship management and monitors and evaluates plan performance for clients. Previously, she worked as a financial counselor at Mintz Levin Financial Advisors.
Janet’s writing has been featured in Women’s Business Boston, and she has appeared on Boston’s FOX25 TV news broadcasts on multiple occasions to discuss financial planning topics. She has been quoted in Fortune, Money Magazine, the Boston Business Journal, and the Boston Herald.
Janet earned her BS, summa cum laude, from Rider University and her MBA from New York University’s Stern School of Business. She is a member of the Financial Planning Association and the Divorce Alliance.
In her spare time, Janet enjoys traveling, fly fishing, and hiking.
Our divorce financial specialists Janet Tighe, MBA, CFP®, CDFA®, and Susan Miller, CPA/PFS, CFP®, CDFA® share their advice on how to move forward with a divorce by focusing on what you can control during a pandemic.