Andrew Lillywhite
Attorney





Andrew Lillywhite advises clients in the areas of business law, contracts, estate planning, probate and estate administration, farm and ranch planning, real property law, tax law, and water law. He focuses on protecting client assets, avoiding probate, and minimizing income, employment, gift, and estate taxes.

Prior to coming to Hillyard, Anderson & Olsen, P.C., Andrew practiced in a Salt Lake City firm in the areas of tax, estate, and business law. He has successfully represented large agricultural operations, technology companies, other lawyers, CPAs, doctors, dentists, corporate executives, board members, construction companies, and other business owners and individuals in their business and estate planning needs. He has worked with clients’ CPAs, insurance agents, and investment advisors to coordinate the legal planning with the clients’ other planning.

Andrew earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Utah State University and a Juris Doctor Degree from Gonzaga University. He grew up in Cache Valley, and speaks Spanish.

Andrew is licensed to practice law before the following Courts:

  • Utah and Idaho State Courts
  • Utah and Idaho Federal District and Bankruptcy Courts

 

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