Larson & Brown, PA
The candidate will do an estate planning practice with the vision to be the go-to firm for clients to plan and protect their estate assets. Appropriate compensation and benefits; An opportunity to move up on your career path; A chance to improve your skills and responsibility with new daily challenges; Client interactions that allow you to help the lives of our clients and families; An office culture that’s grounded and knows that Family is important; A Professional team committed to Excellence, Integrity, and Honesty in all we do. A dedicated firm that strives to Exceed Expectations. Must possess a likeable, friendly, outgoing style. Must be highly motivated self-starter. Must have exceptional verbal, computer, written and listening skills.
Even while in law school at Washburn University School of Law, Tim Larson knew that he wanted to have a law practice that focused on Estate Planning, and he took courses that would provide him with a good background in this area of the law, including courses in probate, trusts and Federal Estate Tax. Upon graduation in 1982, he joined an older practitioner in Burlington, Kansas who had an active probate practice. It was about this same time, with the development of the personal computers, initially sold to law firms as “word processors,” that the use of Living Trusts began to replace Wills as the primary centerpiece for the planning of individual estates and the transfer of wealth at death.