Colin Meeks, CFP

Colin Meeks,  CFP

Maryland Financial Advocates

9621 Harford Road, 1st Floor
Baltimore, MD 21234
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Colin is a Certified Finanncial Planner focused on helping families plan for their future and to how to best take care of their child with special needs.  As the father of a child with Autism, he has faced many of the same challenges that you may face on a daily basis.  His 5 part planning process incorporates all aspects of special needs financial planning - legal focus, emotional focus, financial and protection focus, government benefits focus, and the all important family support focus - all while engaing the families with the appropriate professionals along the way.

His website - has an entire library of free resources to help you get started in your journey.  And he's always avaialble for a quick phoje call or email to help get you pointed in the right direction.  Several times per week he posts short videos on his YouTube channel to keep you current (and entertained) on all thing speical needs, fianncial planning, and whatever else may be happening in the world.

With over 22 years of financial planning experience and 12 years of parenting, coaching, and volunteering at various organizations, chances are he may be able to help you.  

He is a board member of the Autism Society Baltimore Chesapeake ( and also a board member of First Maryland Disability Trust (

Colin lives in Parkton, MD with his beautiful wife Jennifer, handsome son Connor, energetic son Henry, and retired greyhound racer Rocco the hound.

Securities and Advisory Services Offered Through LPL Financial.  Member FINRA/SIPC

The Academy of Special Needs Planners, LPL Financial and Maryland Financial Advocates are separate entities. 

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