Attorney Paul Schmidt Named a Fellow of the Wisconsin Law Foundation

Boardman Clark attorney Paul Schmidt was recently named a Fellow of the Wisconsin Law Foundation, a charitable arm of the State Bar of Wisconsin. Paul was nominated as a Fellow in part for contributions to his field, including coauthoring Advising Older Clients and Their Families, a resource published by the State Bar.

Membership in the Fellows of the Wisconsin Law foundation is considered a professional honor and is limited to just 2.5% of the State Bar’s total members.  The organization was created in 1999 as a means to honor members of the State Bar of Wisconsin who have achieved significant accomplishments and made outstanding contributions to their communities.

In his practice, Paul works in the area of Trusts and Estates and assists clients in planning for the management of their estates. He also advises them on tax, probate and trust administration matters.

Other Boardman Clark attorneys that have been named Fellows of the Wisconsin Law Foundation include Eileen BrownleeMarta MeyersEarl MunsonPaul Norman, and Jim Ruhly.

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