Kimmer W. Callahan, Esq.

Attorney, InterActive Legal Advisor

ILS Advisor

Attorney, Kimmer W. Callahan, is the owner and founder of Callahan & Associates, Chtd.  He established Callahan & Associates, Chtd. in 1998 with the goal and purpose of helping the general public through the various risks and traps that exist in the world of estate and family planning.  His goal is to meet each client where they are, and to help them learn and understand the risks and issues they face, while they help him understand what their goals and desires are.  Together, we develop a comprehensive, straight-forward estate plan – so that his client’s can have the “Peace of Mind” of knowing that their affairs are in order.

Kimmer’s planning practice focuses on helping families, from the baby boomers to those with young children, preserve and protect their wealth through comprehensive, personalized estate planning and counseling.  He services his clients by listening to his clients – helping them discover their goals and desires, so that they leave behind a true legacy.  He helps the elderly prepare for the possibility of needing long-term care, without having to spend their nest egg.  He also helps young families prepare for the tragic possibility of needing to pass the care of their children to another person through comprehensive “Peace of Mind” Protection for Kids planning.

Kimmer is a graduate of Gonzaga University’s School of Law, and holds a Master of Law’s Degree in Taxation from the University of Denver.  He is a frequent speaker helping to educate the public about estate planning and living trusts through free public seminars, as well as a guest speaker for financial planners and other professionals.

Kimmer is licensed in the states of Idaho, Washington, and Colorado.  He is  also licensed to practice before the United States Tax Court.  Kimmer is a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, the past president of the Coeur d’Alene Estate Planning Council, Member of the Idaho Bar Association’s Section on Taxation, Probate and Trusts, and the Washington State Bar Association’s Section on Taxation, Probate and Property.

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