Matthew Van Heuvelen
Matthew Van Heuvelen
South Dakota Trusts and Estates Attorney
While in law school at the University of Iowa, Matt served as an Articles Editor on the Journal of Corporation Law and worked as a Research Assistant for a widely published trusts and estates professor. Matt did his undergraduate studies at Northwestern College in nearby Orange City, Iowa, where he has served as an adjunct faculty member, teaching business law. Matt is also a graduate of Leadership Sioux Falls.
Outside the office, Matt serves on the Board of Directors for the Dow Rummel Village, participates in a variety of activities at his church, and enjoys spending time with his wife, Kaylene, and their daughter, Katie. You will also find him supporting the Iowa Hawkeyes, Atlanta Braves and Green Bay Packers.
- Van Heuvelen Talks Estate Planning for Farmers on KELO Podcast
- Van Heuvelen and Krogstad Published in South Dakota Law Review
- Krogstad and Van Heuvelen Speak at Law Review Symposium
- Using a Trust to Provide A Future for Your Children
- Mark R. Krogstad & Matthew W. Van Heuvelen, Domestic Asset Protection Trusts: Examining the Effectiveness of South Dakota Asset Protection Trust Statutes For Removing Assets From A Settlor’s Gross Estate, 61 S.D.L. Rev. 378 (2016).
- 2018 Estate and Gift Tax Exclusions, 2017 Tax Act
- Van Heuvelen Accepted Into Leadership Sioux Falls
Davenport, Evans, Hurwitz & Smith, LLP
Partner: 2016 – present
Associate: 2010 – 2015
(B.A., cum laude, 2007)
University of Iowa College of Law
(J.D., with distinction, 2010)
American Bar Association
State Bar of South Dakota
Iowa State Bar Association
Sioux Falls Estate Planning Council
Admitted to Practice (State):
South Dakota, 2011
Articles Editor, Journal of Corporation Law
Author: Duplicative, Confusing, and Legally Inaccurate: The SEC’s Attempt to Regulate Fixed Indexed Annuities,35 J. Corp. Law 663 (2010).
Author: Mark R. Krogstad & Matthew W. Van Heuvelen, Domestic Asset Protection Trusts: Examining the Effectiveness of South Dakota Asset Protection Trust Statutes For Removing Assets From A Settlor’s Gross Estate, 61 S.D. L. Rev. 378 (2016).
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