- President of A Better Choice Foundation
|Stephen J. Kaufmann
JD, MBA, CLU, ChFC, CPCU, FLMI
Attorney at Law
Former Deputy Commissioner of Insurance,
Virginia State Corporation Commission
|Educator and nationally known author in the
Legal-Financial Estate Planning and Insurance industry. He has been
noted in Newsweek, published in Financial Planning, LAN, Life
Insurance Selling, Broker World and appears often in national
Steve practices throughout VA with his law
firm, A Better Choice Elder Law, Retirement and Estate
Planning Center and works with professionals nationally. He
is a public speaker for many local and national conferences.
He presents programs on radio, television, and national educational
forums. Steve has spoken before U. S. Congressional committees
and was responsible for writing the laws on Long Term Care
and other insurance products as the former Virginia Deputy
Commissioner. He is past president of the Central Virginia
Chapter of CLU. He is also a member of IAFP and former
Chairperson for Federal and State Legislative Committee, VALU.
President and Founder of The Estate Planning Institute and
the professional designation program, CEPP, Chartered Estate
Planning Practitioner. Founder of A Better Choice Foundation,
a charitable organization that provides educational programs
to the public and gifts to programs that inspire, educate
and help the public protect their quality of life around the
He has been in Private and Government Practice since 1974.
Graduated from Boston College (MBA) in 1970, Suffolk University Law
School in 1974.
|Steve and his wife Bonnie Kaufmann have five sons
ranging in ages of 16 to 28. They live in Luray, VA.
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