Boardman & Clark LLP Welcomes Alison Helland

Boardman & Clark LLP is pleased to announce that attorney Alison Helland has joined the firm.  Alison brings a diverse practice and will work primarily with the firm’s estate planning, business, and tax groups.

“We are happy to welcome Alison to the firm,” said David Weller, an attorney in the Tax and Estate Planning Practice Groups at Boardman Clark and a member of the firm’s Executive Committee.  “She is well-known in her field and her knowledge and skills further support our services to both individual and business clients in a variety of areas.”

In her practice, Alison focuses primarily on estate planning, business law, business succession planning, and tax law. She is fluent in Spanish and works with Spanish-speaking clients in each of these areas. In addition to her experience as an attorney, Alison has also worked in public accounting, where she assisted clients – ranging from Fortune 50 companies to start-ups – in negotiating federal, state and local tax credits and incentives, as well as in other tax-related matters.  Alison was recently recognized as one of In Business Magazine’s “40 Under 40” and was also named an “Up and Coming Lawyer” by the Wisconsin Law Journal in 2016.

Boardman & Clark LLP is one of Madison’s largest and longest-standing law firms. The firm serves individuals, a wide range of business and corporate clients, school districts and local governments. Its areas of services include business law, taxation, estate planning and probate, intellectual property, family law, litigation, municipal law, banking, labor and employment, land use, elder services, dealership and franchise, energy and telecommunications, real estate, and school law.

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