You’ve worked long and hard to provide for your loved ones and to save for the future. Having done so, who can you trust to preserve what you’ve worked for, help you enjoy the fruits of your labor today, while protecting your legacy and the future financial well-being of the people you care about most? To help answer these questions, we invite you to consider some of the credentials of our founding partner, Robert A. Ross.
With more than 33 years of experience in estate planning, business succession planning, retirement planning, asset protection, Charitable Giving, probate, tax and real estate law, Bob is a sought after speaker at seminars and frequently consults with charitable and professional groups. Bob enjoys serving others by teaching, and through active participation in many community organizations. The staff of the Ross Estate Planning office distinguishes itself by giving caring and professional attention to clients and their advisor teams.
Bob is a member of the State Bar of Wisconsin, Wealth Counsel, and the Wisconsin Council of Estate Planning Attorneys and is a Fellow of the Estate Planning Institute of Collaborative Resources (EPICOR).
Bob received his Bachelor of Science degree from St. Norbert College and his Juris Doctor degree from Marquette Law School. He is admitted as an attorney of the Supreme Court of the United States, is board certified as an Estate Planning Law Specialist, an accredited Estate Planner and is also a contributing author of Giving: Philanthropy For Everyone and Your Life, Your Legacy; Fundamentals of Effective Estate Planning. Bob and his wife, Cindy, reside in Brussels, and have six children and twelve grandchildren.
Ross Estate Planning is busy with clients ever-increasing estate planning needs. The firm’s services include:
- Estate Planning
- Advanced Estate Planning
- Charitable Planning
- Asset Protection
- Trust and Probate Administration
- Exit Strategies from Retirement Plans
- Business Succession Planning
- Entity Formation
Robert A. Ross, Attorney and Counselor at Law