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Navigating the path to financial independence

The path to financial independence involves many crucial decisions. These decisions can often feel overwhelming. Developing and maintaining a relationship with a trusted navigator will help you move forward on a clearer path toward your destination.

About Us

Bratton Wealth Team

Our role at the Will Bratton Wealth Team is to be the navigator you need. Our desire is to serve with the heart of a teacher, educating you on the correct route that fits your plan. Mapping such a route is a collaborative effort, creating a comprehensive, personalized plan that is right for your goals.

This plan includes mapping out proper long-term tax planning strategies to help you keep more of what you’ve saved; educating you on sound investment decisions to give you confidence in your money working hard for you; managing risk to help make sure your plan stays on track; building a legacy that will allow you to have an impact on further generations.

Neither Raymond James Financial Services nor any Raymond James Financial Advisor renders advice on tax issues, these matters should be discussed with the appropriate professional.

Meet the Team

Learn more about each of the dedicated members of the Will Bratton Wealth Team.

Will Bratton

Wealth Advisor, RJFS

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Allison Robison

Client Representative

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Contact Our Team

Our Location

801 Crescent Centre Dr., Suite 600
Franklin, TN 37067
615-432-4433

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