To become a member of the Attorneys for Family-Held Enterprises (AFHE), an individual must be nominated by an AFHE member in good standing. If you do not know any AFHE member, please contact us.
Members are in one of two categories:
Regular Membership For any person licensed to practice law, who subscribes to the missions and goals of AFHE.
For a person who is not licensed to practice law, and who subscribes to the missions and goals of AFHE.
Benefits of Membership include:
The membership application form must be completed. To assist the membership committee in evaluation of your qualifications, please briefly describe your legal practice, the time and attention devoted to privately-held enterprise issues and clients, and information about training and education programs you have attended. .
RENEWAL INFORMATION: To renew your membership go to the Members Area and log in to renew your membership early. Renewal invoices will automatically be emailed out in December.
AFHE is an organizational member of the Family Firm Institute (FFI). AFHE members have the option to add on a FFI membership for only $175 - which is normally $880 through FFI. For more information about FFI, please visit http://www.ffi.org.
Membership will not be denied on the basis of race, creed, gender, nationality, age, or other similar factors unrelated to the practice of law.
For membership information, please contact Denis Downing, AFHE's Executive Director at email@example.com.
Conference Attendee Testimonials
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"If you want to learn and meet other professionals with expertise and concern for family held enterprise, this is the place."
"AFHE offers a unique opportunity to participate in a collegial learning environment with family business experts from multiple disciplines."