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How to Protect Your Family’s Future with Andrew Howell
23rd December 2021 • The Wealth Without Wall Street Podcast • By Russ Morgan & Joey Muré
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#221: How do you ensure your family is protected even after you’re gone? Estate planning is a delicate subject that requires careful planning. To help us understand it better, Russ and Joey bring back Andrew Howell, Co-Founder of the law firm, York Howell & Guymon. Andrew’s practice focuses on estate planning, asset protection, and tax planning. While the conversation revolves around legal matters, they’ve made the discussion fun and easy to understand. 

Listen to the previous episode with Andrew:

Episode 86: Throw Out Your Will and Start Over with an Entrusted Plan w/Andrew Howell

Top 3 Things You’ll Learn: 

  1. Why it's important to protect your assets
  2. Be careful whom you do business with
  3. Don't do anything foolish


About Our Guest:

Andrew Howell is a Co-Founder of the Salt Lake City law firm York Howell & Guymon, one of the fastest-growing law firms in Utah. He holds an AV Preeminent Rating with Martindale-Hubbell and has built a successful practice throughout the United States. Andrew’s practice focuses on ultra-high net worth families and business owners who need help with estate planning, asset protection planning, probate, estate administration, charitable giving, sophisticated business structuring and transactions, and tax planning.

He is also the co-author of Entrusted: Building a Legacy That Lasts, which features seven core disciplines of successful wealth transfer of high-net-worth families going back hundreds of years. In addition, Andrew recently finished co-authoring a follow-up book, Riveted: 44 Values That Change the World

When not in the office, Andrew enjoys vacationing in Montana with his beautiful wife, Candice, and their three children, Thomas, Harrison, and Madeline. He is also an avid fly fisherman, hunter, and skier and loves to be outdoors with his family.

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