The American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys is the premier national organization promoting excellence in estate planning by providing its exclusive membership of attorneys with up-to-date research, educational materials, and other vital practice management techniques. You don’t have to take our word for it, the Academy has been recognized by Money Magazine, The John Tesh Radio Show and Suze Orman in her book, 9 Steps to Financial Freedom.
The Academy’s time-tested systems are based on one of the most successful estate planning law practices in the country, Armstrong, Fisch & Tutoli, APLC, a thriving firm in Southern California. Over 25 years ago, when their effective marketing programs began generating more clients than they could handle, they saw the need to systemize their law practice, streamline production methods and utilize state-of-the-art law practice management techniques. Subsequently, they recognized a similar need among attorneys nationwide.
Since 1993 when the Academy first made these efficient and quality oriented systems available, attorneys from around the country have been able to deliver unparalleled service to their clients. The Academy serves law firms in over 130 geographic areas in forty-five states, and its members include some of the most widely recognized experts in the estate planning field.
The Academy is owned and operated by the original founders, Robert Armstrong and Sanford Fisch. Its focus to stay on the cutting edge of estate planning and elder law related services keeps members from around the country equipped for success.
Helping the founders keep the Academy on course is a talented, committed collection of professionals experienced in this industry. Meet the Staff, feel free to contact anyone on staff if you feel they could assist you as you investigate membership.
For additional information on the Academy and its track record of success, ask to speak to a member who may have joined membership in a situation similar to yours. Learn how Academy membership not only transformed their practices, but their lives.