George D. Lambert designs and presents seminars on retirement planning, pre-divorce financial planning for women and charitable giving.

He has worked as a volunteer on the planned giving committee of several not-for-profit organizations, including the Adam Walsh Foundation and Northwood University.

George earned a Bachelor of Business Administration (summa cum laude) from Northwood University in West Palm Beach, Florida. In addition, he has taken specialized courses in employment and security arbitration, expert witness testimony and pre-divorce financial planning.

He has designed training programs for financial advisors and serves on the board of directors of The Society of Certified Retirement Financial Advisors.

As a freelance writer, George has written for a variety of clients, including financial institutions, financial publishers, marketing companies and educational providers. The scope of his writing ranges from financial book reviews, to white papers and online course development and instruction.

He recently completed his second nonfiction book, "A Boomers Guide To Long-Term Care".

George has also been active in martial arts for the past 21 years. He is the senior martial arts instructor at The Martial Arts Center of Jupiter, a board member of the International Shaolin Kempo Karate Association and a member of Team USA International Martial Arts. In 2006, he represented the USA at the Pan-Caribbean International Championship in Port of Spain, Trinidad.

George lives in Jupiter, Florida with his wife, Linda, and son, Corey.

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