Posted by & filed under News.

Charles Livsey was recently admitted by The Board of Regents to The American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (ACTEC). Admission to this national organization is based on outstanding professional reputation, exceptional skill, contributions to the practice of tax, trusts and estates by lecturing, writing, teaching, and participating in bar leadership and years of service on the bars trust & estate legislative council. The rigorous admission process is reserved for the best Trust and Estate Attorneys and validates years of hard work and dedication.

Charles is now one of only twenty-seven Utah ACTEC members. He joins seven other RQN members in this prestigious accomplishment including: David J. Castleton, D. Jay Curtis, Clark P. Giles, Herbert C. Livsey, Gary L. Longmore, Gerald T. Snow, and John R. Madsen. Attorney Bruce L. Olson is a Fellow of the American College of Tax Counsel (ACTC).

Ray Quinney & Nebeker’s Tax, Trust and Estate Section is proud to include eight of the twenty-seven members; averaging over 25% of the total Utah ACTEC members.