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James Financial Partners strives to be our clients’ most trusted advisor. We exceed expectations in financial planning through unmatched, ongoing client service and go beyond the typical wealth management firm.

We are dedicated to providing individuals with high-quality financial services aligned with their needs and goals. Our independent advisors are able to help clients articulate and pursue both their goals and we always communicate with transparency and respect. We cater our financial plans to every client and take the time to educate them about their investments. We are located in Springfield, MO and serve clients in our local community, as well as throughout Missouri, including Ozark, Nixa, Rogersville, Willard, Branson, and Hollister.

Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you and your family pursue your financial finish line.

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Who We Are

We are a team of highly-qualified financial professionals who are dedicated to helping you and your family pursue your goals.


What We Do

We specialize in helping individuals with asset accumulation, business succession planning, and estate planning. We offer a wide variety of services in order to best serve you.


How We Do It

We stand by the belief that working with a client is not just about the numbers. We strive to do right by the client at all times to help them achieve the financial future that they have been imagining.

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