Board of Directors

2020 Board Members and Officers

Officers

David J. Wilson, President

Partner, Elder Law at Ahrens DeAngeli Law Group Term: Present- December 31, 2020 Read Bio

David J. Wilson

David Wilson graduated cum laude from Arizona State University College of Law and completed a Master of Laws degree in taxation at New York University School of Law. David clerked for the Honorable Daniel Barker of the Arizona Court of Appeals and practiced for several years with an Arizona estate planning firm. David’s Elder Law practice at Ahrens DeAngeli Law Group centers on asset protection, estate planning and helping seniors navigate the financial maze that is long term care. David used to enjoy basketball and reading in his spare time, but now with two young sons, ages 9 and 6, David has no spare time.

Education:

Master of Laws (LL.M.) in taxation, New York University (2009)
J.D., Arizona State University Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, cum laude; Arizona State Law Journal (2007)
B.S., Computer Science, Brigham Young University (2004)

Professional Recognition:

VA-Certifed Attorney
Certified Elder Law Attorney

Professional Memberships and Civic Activities:

Taxation, Probate and Trust Law Section of the Idaho State Bar Association
Southwest Idaho Planned Giving Council
Trust and Estate Planners of Idaho (TEPI) Medicaid Subcommittee
Idaho Quality of Life Coalition, Policy Committee
Justice Alliance for Vulnerable Adults, Education Committee
Alzheimer’s Association Greater Idaho Chapter Volunteer Leadership Board
Steering Committee, Idaho Alzheimer’s Planning Group

Bar and Court Admissions:

Arizona
Idaho

Kimberly Ouwehand, Secretary/Education Coord

Saltzer Home Health Term: Present- December 31, 2020 Read Bio

Kimberly Ouwehand

Kimberly Ouwehand is the  Director Community Relations for Saltzer Home Health.

Kimberly is an advocate for quality of life and choice. She has a unique perspective on the healthcare and the changing effects it has on people’s lives.

She is active on several boards and community healthcare organizations which include Idaho Health Continuum of Care Alliance, Justice Alliance for Vulnerable Adults, Idaho Guardian and Fiduciary Assoc., and Idaho Caregiver Alliance. She is an Idaho ambassador for the Hospice Advocate Network associated with the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization. She is the founder of Smart workshops- which brings education to caregivers though out the Treasure Valley and the director of The Teal Chair Documentary.

 

Nate Benjamin, Treasurer

Homewatch CareGivers Term: Present- December 31, 2020

Nate Benjamin

Board Members

Bee Wee Downs

The Advocate Group, LLC Term: Present- December 31, 2022

Bee Wee Downs

Corey McCool

McCool Law Term: Present- December 31, 2021 Read Bio

Corey McCool

Corey graduated from the University of Wyoming College of Law in 1988. After completing a clerkship for the Wyoming 4th Judicial District under the Honorable James Wolfe, he moved to New York City where he worked for a large law firm representing Lloyds of London. After a couple years, he realized working for a big firm representing a big insurance company and living in a big city was not a good fit for him. So . . . he made a transition and became a high school history teacher.

After 25 years of teaching in Indiana and Washington, he made a U-turn and decided to return to the Law. From his own family experience, and his work with the Idaho Volunteer Lawyer Program, he became aware of the need of many vulnerable adults in the Treasure Valley for an advocate. He is now an elder law attorney. Corey advocates for the elderly and strive to give them a life of dignity and respect for their autonomy.

Heather Condor

CK Quade Law, PLLC Term: Present-December 31, 2022 Read Bio

Heather Condor

Heather L. Conder is a senior and managing attorney at C.K. Quade Law, PLLC.  Heather grew up in Longview, Washington, before moving to Salt Lake City to begin her academic career.  She earned a Bachelor of Arts in English with a minor in Philosophy from the University of Utah. In 2003, she graduated from Regent University School of Law, in Virginia, with a Doctor of Jurisprudence degree. After completing the John and Abigail Adams Fellowship, which allowed her to research and present her thesis entitled, “No Child Left Behind Act of 2001: Are Homeschoolers Sufficiently Protected”, she and her family moved to Boise where she was admitted to practice law by the Idaho State Bar. Heather is admitted to practice before the U.S. District Courts, District of Idaho and the Supreme Court of the State of Idaho.

Until recently, Heather has spent most of her practice in a part-time position allowing her to enjoy life by balancing homeschooling her children with her career. Homeschooling allowed her to work with the Idaho Coalition of Home Educators in lobbying efforts to retain school choice. In 2016, Heather received the AILA Chapter Pro Bono Award through the Idaho AILA Chapter, and in 2017, the Denise O’Donnell Day Pro Bono Award. Today, Heather primarily focuses her work in the areas of Elder Law, Disability Law, Estate Planning, with an emphasis in Supported Decision Making, and Guardianships and Conservatorships and Related Litigation. By taking opportunities to travel on short term mission trips to Oaxaca, Mexico and Cambodia, as well as assist her church community in handing out groceries to those in need, Heather’s outreach to her community extends beyond the spectrum of her professional duties. Additionally, Heather has assisted in citizenship application for refugees through Catholic Charities.

Heather’s most cherished pastime is spending time with her husband, three sons and daughter. Parenthood is likely her most crazy adventure so far, especially with two of her children now in adulthood themselves. It has stretched her far more than law school and any litigation ever would. Together they enjoy cooking, long hikes, and attending sporting events.

Paul M Seideman

TrESCo of Idaho Term: Present- December 31, 2020 Read Bio

Paul M Seideman

Mr. Seideman is the President of Trust and Estate Services Company of Idaho (TrESCo of Idaho), a professional fiduciary company providing estate administration and Conservatorship services. Paul is also President of the National Guardianship Association (NGA) and is a past President and current board member of the Idaho Guardian and Fiduciary Association.

He is a graduate of George Fox College in Newberg OR. After working in the financial industry for 14 years, primarily as a branch manager for Washington Mutual Bank, he joined TrESCo of Idaho in 2008. He has been administering probate, conservatorship, and small trust cases for 8 years. Paul has been a National Certified Guardian through the Center for Guardianship Certification since 2010.

Paul has presented on the topics of Guardianship and Probate administration issues with the National Business Institute, Justice Alliance for Vulnerable Adults (JAVA), Southwest Idaho Estate Planning Council, Idaho Planned Giving Council, Idaho Association of Retired Teachers, and the Idaho Association of Certified Fraud Examiners. Paul currently lives in Star, ID with Nissa, his wife of more than 20 years, and 2 of their 4 children who have not yet left the nest.

Robin Cook

Personal Accounting Solutions, LLC Term: Present- December 31, 2020

Robin Cook

Julie Robinson

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