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Judith R. Benson

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Judith R. Benson concentrates on probate, estate planning, elder law, tax, real estate, and small business matters in her practice as a partner at Correll & Sheerer. She drafts wills and trusts that take tax consequences into account and may provide for asset protection, often for families with children who have special needs. As an elderlaw attorney, Judy drafts powers of attorney, establishes guardianships and conservatorships, and counsels about long term care. For small business clients, she establishes LLCs and corporations, drafts buy-sell agreements, and facilitates succession planning.
Education and Admissions:
B.A., Grinnell College
M.A., Stanford University
J.D., with High Honors, University of Iowa 1980
Admitted to Iowa Bar 1980
Also admitted to practice before the
    U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Iowa
Professional Affiliations:
Iowa State Bar Association
    Member, Probate, Tax and Real Estate Sections
Iowa Academy of Trust and Estate Council
Black Hawk County Bar Association
Black Hawk County Estate Planning Council
Community Activities:
Western Home Foundation Board
Cedar Heights Presbyterian Church Memorial & Endowment Cmte
Cedar Falls Rotary
Personal Interests:
News junkie
Being a grandma
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