Randy Larson strives to be a “one-stop-shop” trusted resource for his clients. Randy specializes in providing comprehensive financial planning, asset protection, and services to physicians and dentists that enable them to make informed financial decisions. He holds his Series 7 and Series 66 registrations. Additionally, Randy is the founder of “The Larson Law Firm, LLC”, practicing in the areas of estate planning, business law, and asset protection for physicians and dentists.

Randy realizes physicians and dentists are intelligent, busy professionals and his passion is to help relieve the pressures finances place on his clients. Randy states, “I want my clients to be able to focus their emotions and energy to their practice, family, and leisure as much as possible and not on the daily grind of growing or protecting their wealth—that is where I step in. My clients tell me their goals and what they want to do with their wealth, and I help strategize and implement the plan of their choice.”

Randy is a Certified Financial Planner as well as a Missouri-licensed attorney. Randy completed his Juris Doctris at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. While he was in school, Randy was a member of Washington University’s Global Studies Law Review. He also earned his LL.M. in Taxation from Washington University. Prior to law school, Randy received his Bachelor of Arts cum laude in Communication Studies and his Master of Arts in Philosophy of Religion and Ethics with honors.

Randy is a frequent speaker to doctor organizations and residency programs around the country about financial education and other advanced planning topics for physicians.

When Randy is not playing with his five children, or going on date night with his wife, he enjoys riding his YZF 450R dirt bike and studying theology and philosophy. Randy also teaches small bible study groups and preaches occasionally on Sunday morning at the Vineyard Community Church in St. Louis, Missouri.

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