Nash Bean Ford & Brown, LLP
445 US Highway 6 East
Geneseo, IL 61254
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Nash Bean Ford & Brown, LLP
Nash Bean Ford & Brown, LLP is a firm focusing on estate planning, probate, trust administration and elder law issues. Based in Geneseo, IL, our mission is to provide residents of Geneseo and surrounding areas with quality estate planning resources, such as assistance with Living Trusts, Wills (simple & complex), Probate, Trust Administration, Powers of Attorney, Living Wills, Irrevocable Trusts, Family Limited Partnerships, and Charitable Giving. When you visit or call our office, we want you to feel comfortable discussing such an important issue concerning both you and your family. We want to arm you with the information you need to make an informed decision about your family's future. Visit our online Estate Planning Information Center to obtain timely, quality information on estate planning and related issues, including complimentary issues of our Special Reports and Estate Planning News articles. Residents of Geneseo and surrounding areas can register to attend our Estate Planning Seminars.
About Ben Young
Benjamin T. Young is an associate in the law firm of Nash Nash Bean & Ford, LLP.
Mr. Young received his Juris Doctor degree from Valparaiso University Law School. While in law school, Mr. Young served as Vice President of the Christian Legal Society, Finance Chairperson of the Trial Advocacy Team, and as Criminal Defense Clinic Advocate. Mr. Young also graduated from Bradley University with a Bachelor of Science in Political Science.
He is a member of the American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys, the Illinois Bar Association and the Iowa Bar Association. Mr. Young is admitted to practice before all the courts of the State of Illinois and Iowa and practices out of the firm’s Moline and Geneseo offices.
Mr. Young resides in Geneseo with his wife, Abby.
About the American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys
The Academy is a national organization dedicated to promoting excellence in estate planning by providing its exclusive membership of attorneys with up-to-date research on estate and tax planning, educational materials, and other important resources to empower them to provide superior estate planning services. The Academy expects members to have at least 36 hours of legal education each year specifically in estate, tax, probate and/or elder law subjects. To ensure this goal is met, the Academy provides over 40 hours of continuing legal education each year. Since 1993, the Academy has also been a highly-regarded and sought-after resource for attorneys and consumers alike, and has been recognized by Consumer Reports, Suze Orman in her book, 9 Steps to Financial Freedom and numerous times by Money Magazine.