Nash Bean Ford & Brown, LLP, a law firm with a focus on estate planning, is pleased to announce the addition of attorney JohnPatrick Brown. Mr. Brown will work out of the Moline and Geneseo offices of the firm. Mr. Brown was admitted to the bar in 2017. He is licensed to practice in Illinois […]
GENESEO, January 2017 – Nash Bean Ford and Brown, LLP is excited to announce that attorney Mary Ann Brown has been made a Partner of the law firm. “We are very excited to welcome Mary Ann as a partner in the firm” stated attorney Curt Ford. “Her ability to help connect with clients and help […]
Recently, we were made aware of a letter by a client that received in an “official-looking” envelope. The form inside contained their name, address, purchase date and property ID number for the house they recently put into their trust. Although there was a statement in the report that the sender was “not affiliated with the […]
Following his formal swearing-in ceremony at the Rock Island County Courthouse, Ben Young officially became the newest attorney at Nash Bean Ford & Brown, LLP. A recent graduate of Valparaiso University Law School, Ben joined the firm in August. He previously served as an intern with the firm. Ben is also a graduate of Bradley […]
In case you haven’t heard, the New Year brought a new law recently signed by the President. To avoid the country from falling off the “fiscal cliff,” the “American Taxpayer Relief Act” was approved on New Year’s Day.
There are only a few days left before the clock strikes midnight on December 31st and the tax law changes. Or will it?
Jim Nash and Bob Nash recently attended the national education summit on estate planning matters.
Our mission is to arm consumers and professional advisors in our community with the information needed to make informed decisions about their family’s and client’s future. With that purpose, we are pleased to announce the rollout of our new and improved Estate Planning website!
Curt Ford provided advice and information for a WQAD news story on Employers Asking to See Job Candidates Facebook Pages.
It’s two months to Tax Day and the IRS recently released its “Dirty Dozen” – a list of tax scams to help taxpayers protect themselves against bogus tax activities ranging from identity theft to misleading charitable donations.