McLane Middleton attorneys, Alexandra T. Breed and Elizabeth P. Hunt, will be presenting to a group of Seacoast area fee-based financial planners at their conference on April 27, 2017 in York, Maine.
As part of the presentation, Alexandra will discuss the use of real estate in estate planning, including conservation easements, family compound trusts, and qualified personal residence trusts. Liz will be discussing Maine estate tax and planning issues.
Alexandra is a Director in the firm’s trusts and estates department. She counsels individuals and families regarding advanced wealth preservation and transfer techniques, including estate planning, estate and gift taxes, charitable giving techniques, conservation easements, ownership and transfer of significant family properties and guardianships. She is a frequent speaker and author on the use of conservation easements in estate planning. Alexandra can be reached in the firm’s Concord office at (603) 230-4417 or [email protected].
Liz is an associate in the firm’s trusts and estates department. Her practice is focused on estate and tax planning and trust and estate administration. Prior to joining McLane Middleton, Liz had an extensive trusts and estates practice with law firms in Portland, Maine. Liz can be reached in the firm’s Portsmouth office at (603) 334-6924 or [email protected].