Private Clients, Estate, Trust & Financial Planning
PRIVATE CLIENTS, ESTATE, TRUST & FINANCIAL PLANNING
We create and implement comprehensive and practical estate and tax planning strategies for our clients’ families and their assets.
Success in estate planning, tax minimization and wealth management is achieved through active engagement with our clients.
Our approach is hands-on, practical and client-centered.
Our nationally recognized lawyers partner with individuals, families and business owners to craft their estate plans and achieve their wealth management goals. The team develops and implements practical planning solutions geared to protect our clients, minimize taxes and preserve businesses and wealth through multiple generations.
We administer trusts, estates and charitable entities, serving as trustees and executors to carry out our clients’ objectives over time.
Tracking industry trends, we monitor and anticipate changes in the tax, legal and market landscapes. We bring each client’s goals to fruition through our comprehensive legal, tax, financial planning and wealth management services.
Our attorneys deliver high-level advice both domestically and internationally, customizing and implementing strategies for each client and family. We also collaborate with our clients’ other advisors and with our own subsidiaries Nixon Peabody Financial Advisors LLC and Watch Point Trust Company.
We work with
- Individuals and families
- Corporate executives
- Business owners
- Banks and trust companies
- Charitable organizations
- Executors and trustees
- Digital Assets and Estate Planning
WFXT-TV (FOX Boston) | February 14, 2014
In this in-studio broadcast interview, Boston Private Clients partner Jen Collins discusses how to deal with digital assets and online accounts in estate planning.
- People on the Move
Boston Business Journal | February 4, 2014
This coverage notes that Boston Private Clients attorney Jen Collins has been elected to the firm's partnership.
- Putting an Estate Value on the Assets Unique to You
The New York Times | September 28, 2013
Boston Private Clients partner Sarah Connolly comments on how patents (which have the potential to be more valuable after a researcher’s death) can play a role in estate planning.