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Alan A. Panek

Alan A. Panek concentrates his practice in the areas of small business matters, commercial & residential real estate, and estate planning, elder law & probate. Central Wisconsin residents may recognize him from his involvement in Boy Scouting (Samoset Council) Board of Directors, and Endowment Trustee, commencing 2011, past district vice-chairman, finance chairman, and recipient of the 2003 Scouter of the Year award). He is an active member of the Benevolent & Protective Order of Elks (Elk of the Year 2009) and First English Lutheran Church (Endowment Committee Chairman).

Others may recognize him as a long time boys’ baseball and girls fast pitch softball coach. Mr. Panek served under a mayoral appointment to the Wisconsin Rapids Redevelopment Authority and also the Board of Review (real estate tax appeals).

Mr. Panek was a co-chairman of the nationally acclaimed Community Progress Initiative’s small business cluster group, Community Progress Initiative Entrepreneurial “Boot Camp” lecturer (Heart of Wisconsin Business and Economic Foundation), and Entrepreneurial Training Program speaker (Small Business Development Center/SBA & University of Wisconsin Stevens Point Extension). He served on the Opportunity Development Centers, Inc. business acquisition committee.

Mr. Panek is a member of a multi-industries executive “think tank” group addressing health insurance cost factors in Central Wisconsin.

Representative business clients include banks, credit unions, trust service providers, real estate management firms, manufacturing and computer technology concerns, transportation, construction, agricultural & food processing, retail, accounting, advertising, and professional services providers.

Mr. Panek’s professional memberships include the following:

National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys
Wisconsin Chapter of National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys

State Bar of Wisconsin
Business Law Section
Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section
Elder Law Section
Law Office Practice Section
Wood County Bar Association

Mr. Panek graduated from Hamline University with a Juris Doctor in 1983, and he also holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Carthage College majoring in psychology and social science (business emphasis).

Mr. Panek is a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA) and also the Wisconsin Chapter of NAELA.  The National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys provides a forum for Elder Law and Special Needs attorneys to share expertise and education concerning the unique challenges faced by the elderly and disabled.

 Did you know...

A revocable living trust does not eliminate the need for a guardian if you become incompetent? The trustee (manager of the trust) is limited to handling trust assets. Many decisions must be made that do not involve trust assets. A durable power of attorney and health care power of attorney should also be considered.

Contact Alan A. Panek Law Office S.C. to schedule a Trust and/or Will planning session.



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