Thanks to Our Advisory Boards - Outgoing and Incoming

By: Tiffany Brown

 In our over 2 decades doing of business, we've worked hard to ensure that we not only meet the expectations of our users -- we exceed them.  One very important tool that helps us achieve this goal is our Advisory Board of estate planning professionals. A few years ago, we asked several longtime DocuBank providers to offer their insights and feedback on our services, and they became our first Advisory Board members.  We recently said a fond farewell to this group and would like to extend a huge THANK YOU for two wonderful years of service from:




Bradley B Anderson, Anderson, Dorn & Rader, LLC, Reno, NV
Joseph “Chip” Buxton, III, TrustBuilders Law Group, Urbanna, VA
Peter Gilbert, Highpoint Law Offices, P.C., Chalfont, PA
Catherine Hammond, Hammond Law Group, LLC, Colorado Springs, CO
Jerry Shiles, Parman & Easterday, Oklahoma City, OK
Michael H. Smith, Smith Baird, LLC, Savannah, GA
Jim Strull, Strull Law Group, LLC, Hackensack, NJ

Our new Advisory Board members have some big shoes to fill, but we are sure they are up to the challenge.  Presenting the 2013-2014 DocuBank Advisory Board:

Ryan Collier, Collier Law, Salem, OR
Robert Feisee, Insight Law, PLLC, Ashburn, VA
Kimberly Hegwood, Hegwood & Associates, Houston, TX
Anthony Minko,  Minko Law Office, Brooklyn NY
Philip Wylkan, Hall and Wylkan, Fremont, OH

Our advisory board members also volunteer as references about DocuBank.  If you would like to talk with them about their experience with our services, please feel free to contact them directly. 

February 19, 2013 | DocuBank


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