Everyone calls me Paco. I'm a financial planner who also does small business consulting. I started my own practice because I want to serve the creative community and I love connecting with people and giving advice.
I chose to be a financial planner because through my work, I get to know people and their stories. I get to sit down and listen to people talk about their ideas, aspirations, fears and goals. I get to learn all about these people. Through my work, I get to help people write the rest of their story - and to me, that's incredible.
I studied Business Administration with a concentration in Finance and Minor in Economics at California State University Fullerton and completed CFP® course work through the UCLA Extension Personal Financial Planning (PFP) program. Since 2008, I've worked in various capacities for business consulting, business management, financial planning and wealth management firms. My past experience is invaluable, but I want to take what I've learned and change the face of financial planning.
I live and work in Echo Park in sunny Los Angeles, California. I play in a band called Sweet Bump It. I ride my bike nearly every day. I founded a boutique bookkeeping company called Hell Yeah, Bookkeeping. I'm a co-founder of Allies in Arts.
I’d love to hear your story.
Grant has focused his law career on business, entertainment, and intellectual property matters, and served as a lead litigation and transactions associate with a firm in Downtown Los Angeles before launching FRAMEWORK. He is also a musician, photographer, band manager, project developer, and small-business owner.
Grant works closely with every group and individual that FRAMEWORK serves, and collaborates with other talented attorneys prepared to handle the unique needs of any project.
Sarah Moe is an immigration attorney dedicated to bettering the lives of her clients and helping them love and work where their opportunities are. She uses a holistic approach to determine what services her clients qualify for and takes the time to explain every option thoroughly with each individual client.
Sarah's passion for immigration law was fueled by her three-year long trip around the world where she worked and volunteered in several countries. During this time, Sarah experienced the difficulties that can come from working in a foreign country. She returned to the United States and graduated from law school determined to help immigrants living in her community. In her free time, Sarah enjoys volunteering with the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Los Angeles County, traveling, hiking, and making art.