The National Elder Law Foundation recently certified Attorney Aric Burch as a Certified Elder Law Attorney (CELA) – one of twelve in the state of Wisconsin. The only certification program approved by the American Bar Association for elder law, the program was developed to identify lawyers who have the enhanced knowledge, skills, and experience to be properly identified as certified elder law attorneys to the public.
Licensed to practice law in Wisconsin and Illinois, Burch principally advises clients in the areas of elder law, including use of irrevocable trusts for asset protection, medical assistance eligibility, and special needs trusts. In addition, Aric counsels clients on estate and trust planning, taxation, powers of attorney, probate, and trust administration. He’s active in the professional elder law community through his membership in the national and Wisconsin state chapter of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA) in addition to serving on the board of directors for Wispact, Inc.
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