William (Bill) CameronAttorney, Of Counsel

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“Whether you are planning for the future or dealing with a loss, I will empathetically guide you through the process. I approach every encounter with personal warmth and always have your best interests at heart.”

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Clients rely on and trust me for highly skilled, professional, and compassionate counsel. I bring vast experience in the areas of:

  • estate planning (wills, trusts, powers of attorney, and health care directives)
  • probate and trust administration
  • charitable gift planning
  • business succession planning
  • guardianship, conservatorships, and elder law planning
  • special needs and supplemental need trust planning

I am sincerely interested in people and hearing their stories. As an attentive listener and effective communicator, I gain a deeper understanding to help solve my clients’ problems and provide comprehensive service.

I don’t like surprises and neither do my clients, so I diligently explain the process and approximate timing and costs, outline tasks to be accomplished, and set expectations. I offer my clients an opportunity to choose what functions they would like to handle, which can help manage costs.


Tami Williams
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  • J.D., University of Minnesota Law School, 1969
  • B.A., University of Minnesota–Duluth, 1963 
  • Minnesota
  • Hennepin County Bar Association
  • Minnesota State Bar Association, Elder Law and Probate and Trust Law Sections
  • Luther, Hecht, and Cameron, P.L.L.P
  • Arnold and McDowell
  • Cameron and Lundell
  • Northwest Airlines, retired in 2001, after a 33-year career as a pilot and instructor pilot while also maintaining his law career
  • Founding Board Member and frequent volunteer, Advocates for Human Rights (formerly Minnesota Advocates for Human Rights)
  • Board Member, Black Label Movement Dance Company, Minneapolis
  • Past Board Member, Minnesota Center for Photography
  • Volunteer photographer for NILMDTS and numerous other community nonprofit organizations