Keith R. Lyman
Attorney at Law
Keith joined the firm as an associate in 2008 and became a partner in 2012.
As an estate planning attorney, Keith has developed an exceptional knowledge of estate planning, from basic planning to complex matters.
In addition, he has become an expert in long-term care planning, including Medicaid eligibility and asset protection, Social Security Disability; Special Needs Planning; Public Benefit Planning; Medicaid (ALTCS) Planning; and Veterans Benefits Planning.
Keith has added an additional level of expertise by incorporating disability planning into traditional plans, including the use of special needs trusts.
Keith had a private estate planning practice in Indiana for 27 years prior to his move to Arizona in 2006. He enjoys writing, tennis, and spending time with his two children, Matthew and Brooke.
- College for Financial Planning 1996
- Washburn University School of Law - J.D. 1977
- University of Kansas - B.S. 1975
Publications and Communication
- Maricopa County Bar Association
- Admitted to Practice Law - Kansas, Indiana, Arizona
- Arizona State Bar Association
- National Association of Elder Law Attorneys
- Teach Yourself Estate Planning in 24 Hours, published by Pearson Education, a division of Macmillan Publishing
- Strategy of Long-Term Care - How Middle and Upper Middle Class America Qualifies for Medicaid,
published by Brooke-Matthews Publishing Co., Inc.
- Technical Editor of The Complete Idiot's Guide to Wills and Estates, published by Pearson Education, a division of Macmillan
- Technical Editor of Personal Financial Planning Guide, published by Pearson Education, a division of Macmillan
- National Speaker for Professional Education Systems, Inc. (PESI), The Complete Trust Course - Washington, Arizona, Kansas, Montana, West Virginia, Alabama, Georgia, New Mexico
- National Speaker for National Business Institute - Essential Components of a Will; Special Needs Trusts in a Nutshell; Revocable Living Trusts in a Nutshell; Grantor Trusts in a Nutshell; Handling a Social Security Disability Case