Rose Law Group expands departments to meet market demands

Tim H (Submitted photo)

Tim Heileman (Submitted photo)

One of the state’s most enterprising law firms and the largest woman owned law firm in state history, Rose Law Group pc, announces the hire of Attorney Timothy Heileman who practices law in the area of business transactions and estate planning.

Mr. Heileman joins the Estate Planning, Business and Asset Protection Department at Rose Law Group with a focus on business transactions and estate planning through trust-based planning, including revocable living trusts, retirement plan trusts, gun trusts, and irrevocable trusts for gifting or life insurance, as well as estate administration, guiding clients through probate or trust administration.

“I am passionate about creating personalized, purpose-driven estate plans that accomplish our client’s objectives, while providing asset protection for future generations,” stated Mr. Heileman, in the release. “Estate planning is a complicated process, so it is critical that you have an experienced attorney handling those affairs with a focus on minimizing taxes and following through the administration of estate planning.”

Mr. Heileman’s hiring follows several years of continuous growth at Rose Law Group, stated the release. Just one year ago the firm purchased the third floor in Scottsdale’s Southbridge development on the Arizona Canal to accommodate growing firm.

To date, Rose Law Group employs 50 employees and attorneys, according to the release.

“People are living longer, asset management is crucial and now more than ever it is a must that you get your estate in order,” stated Jordan Rose, founder and owner of Rose Law Group pc, in the release. “At Rose Law Group, we continue to be innovative in our approach to estate planning and asset protection. Tim is a leader in this field, and we are extremely lucky to have his commitment and dedication here at Rose Law Group.”

Mr. Heileman received his Juris Doctorate from the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University, where he received the dean’s recruitment award, was named a Willard H. Pedrick Scholar, and co-founded, and served as Vice President of, the Tax and Estate Planning Law Association, according to the release.

Mr. Heileman served as a guest lecturer at the University of California, Davis discussing issues of healthcare communication and organizational communication. Mr. Heileman currently serves as an executive board member and is the vice president of the Arizona Family Council, stated the release.

He also serves in his religious community, caring for families in his neighborhood and leading the congregation’s choir, according to the release.

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