MCS Family Wealth Advisors

MCS Family Wealth Advisors is a fee-only financial planner in Bend, Oregon and Eugene, Oregon, providing financial planning, retirement planning, and investment management services to high net worth clients. For over 30 years, our focus has been building hard-to-break investment strategies. 

As fee-only fiduciary financial advisors serving Bend and Eugene Oregon and beyond, our sole source of compensation is from our clients, and our sole duty of care is to our clients.

Transform money from a source of worry to a resource for fulfillment®

Our Fiduciary Oath

We pledge to:

  • Follow the fiduciary standard, the highest standard of care in the industry, 100% of the time
  • Charge fees based only on the value of assets we manage, a flat fee, or hourly fees
  • Never accept commissions
  • Never accept referral fees
  • Accept the duty of care and duty of loyalty, act as a prudent expert, and put your best interests before our own
  • Follow our Code of Ethics
  • Seek to minimize all conflicts-of-interest, and if any were to occur we will disclose them to you in full capacity and upfront

We are a Registered Investment Adviser with the Securities and Exchange Commission. If you wish to read it, please feel free to view our Form ADV.

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