Boardman Clark Welcomes Thomas Vercauteren

The Trusts & Estates Practice Group of Boardman Clark is proud to announce that Tom Vercauteren has joined the team.

Tom comes to Boardman Clark as an experienced Trusts & Estates attorney. His practice focuses on the areas of estate planning, probate, and trust administration. Prior to joining private practice, Tom worked as a trust officer, administering trusts and estates in the capacity of a trustee/​personal representative. He also serves on the Madison Estate Council and recently served as Vice Chair of the Walbridge School in Madison.

“Tom is a great addition to our group,” says attorney Paul Schmidt, Chair of Boardman Clark’s Trusts & Estates Practice Group. “He brings a wealth of experience to the Trusts & Estates team at Boardman. He has an excellent reputation in this field, and we are very pleased to have him on the team.”

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