Helen Boyer is a long term care specialist with LTC Financial Partners. For more than 16 years Helen practiced law with a focus on commercial property and casualty insurance. Her transition from law practice to the long term care field was driven by lessons learned while managing care for family members, when she confronted the challenges associated with receiving dignified care, preserving quality of life and protecting hard earned assets.
Helen’s decision to join LTC Financial Partners as an independent insurance agent was based on a shared commitment to professional integrity, superior customer service, and thoughtful consideration of the financial and physical well-being of each client. She is able to offer clients an array of products and affordable, customized solutions.
After growing up in Bremerton, Washington, Helen attended Stanford University and received an MA in Education from Columbia University in New York. She returned to the Northwest to attend law school at the University of Washington. She currently resides in Sammamish, and enjoys outdoor activities such as skiing, hiking and biking. Helen is dedicated to community service, volunteering at her church, her children’s schools and for United Way.
She specializes in individual long term care consultation, and private educational seminars and workshops.
Welcome to the LTC Guild. Since Jamie invited you I am assuming you would like to be a member of the Seattle Chapter of this website.
You are now listed in the "members at large" generic page. You are not in the Seattle Chapter.
The benefit of being in a specific chapter is that you receive information that I broadcast regarding events in Seattle/Bellevue
Please go back into www.Ltc guild.com and click on chapters. Do not press join until you have identified the Seattle Chapter. Once you find the Seattle Chapter then hit join. Your picture will then show up bother in the members at large page and the Seattle Chapter.
This a very common issue. If you need more help let me know and I will walk you through it. Welcome