February 14, 2023

"The most important thing I have learned from CWE is that I do not have to walk this journey alone as an entrepreneur." - Sarah Pascale, Law offices of Sarah Pascale

What inspired Sarah's Business?

Sarah started her law firm in 2019 during a chaotic period of her own life. While realizing the importance of her relationship with her grandmother who had recently passed away, Sarah found herself drawn to helping the elderly population, and her firm now focuses primarily on estate planning.

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Sarah helps families plan for end-of-life situations and for what will happen to their property and their family members after they pass away. She meets with clients to develop customized estate plans based on their particular circumstances and is able to give clients the peace of mind that comes with knowing their affairs are in order should something happen unexpectedly.

Through her work, she is able to educate people on the process and explain concepts that are often misunderstood. She has discovered the advantage of being a small business owner is that clients have confidence they are dealing directly with her and even after an estate plan is complete, she has the flexibility to always be available to them.

How Has CWE Helped Her in Her Journey?

Sarah initially discovered CWE during the pandemic with her first introduction being via a Zoom roundtable called Finances without Fear. From there, she took the Power Forward 2022 class and graduated in June 2022. She also received her WBE certification in October 2022 through assistance and guidance from CWE. Sarah has built a strong support system through all this experience and it has shown her she doesn't need to walk the journey alone as a female entrepreneur. She plans to attend her first National WBENC Conference in Nashville in March 2023 and is looking for ways to maximize her WBE certification this coming year to expand the positive impact of her business.

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