Aaron Hegji assists ultra-high-net-worth clients and their advisors with developing, implementing, and properly administering unique estate planning strategies. He has over a decade of experience handling trust administration, trust planning, and tax planning matters.
Aaron loves solving new and complex challenges, which makes the intersection of wealth and business with the tax code perfect for him. His clients appreciate his dedication to conveying complicated legal solutions they are comfortable with the path they choose.
Before joining Harrison LLP, he was tax planning counsel for Lobb & Plewe LLP and ERISA and tax counsel for Hutcison & Steffen. He has represented several major trust companies and currently serves on several boards involving the retirement industry and developing the Trusts and Estates programs in Nevada and its universities. Lastly, separately from his practice at Harrison LLP, Aaron is Wealth Strategist and Chief Financial Officer of Wealthgate Trust Company, a boutique multi-family trust company for UHNW entrepreneurs.
Aaron enjoys taking his family overlanding in the Southwest, writing fiction, and Seinfeld or The Office trivia.
We are pleased to share that Jason Ornduff has been appointed to serve on the firm’s Board of Executives, effective September 12, 2023.
Elizabeth Garlovsky and Tiffany McKenzie explain why you’ll want to add provisions regarding tangible personal property, such as furniture, vehicles, electronics, and jewelry, to your will or trust to ensure smooth inheritance, prevent disputes, and help distribute sentimental items as you wish.