Linda N. Engleby, a partner with Donnelly Minter & Kelly, LLC, is an Estate Planning and Trust and Estate Administration attorney skilled in designing sophisticated tax-sensitive documents that address the important role family and business relationships play in the lives of her clients.
Ms. Engleby tailors each estate plan individually, accounting for the complex tax issues and intrafamily matters that can arise when transferring assets from one generation to the next. She counsels clients on all matters pertaining to estate and trust administration, including estate, fiduciary and gift taxes, as well as judicial and non-judicial accountings. She provides legal representation to clients seeking resolution of family disputes arising from probate and other estates and trusts administration matters, and counsels corporate and individual executors and trustees in matters pertaining to their fiduciary responsibilities.
Ms. Engleby’s practice includes a special focus on guardianship matters and special needs trusts, counseling clients in all aspects of proceedings relating to guardianships and conservatorships. On numerous occasions, she has served as court-appointed lawyer and guardian ad litem.
A graduate of Davidson College, Ms. Engleby received a Master of Divinity from Union Theological Seminary in 1988. She went on to receive her law degree from George Washington University Law School in 1998 and was admitted to the Maryland State Bar that same year. Thereafter, she was admitted to the District of Columbia Bar in 1999 and the New Jersey State Bar in 2000.
Ms. Engleby is a member of the American Bar Association and the New Jersey State Bar Association, serving in that Association’s Taxation & Real Property and Trust & Probate sections. She is also co-author of “A Look at the Domestic Partnership Act,” an article for the New Jersey State Bar Association’s Taxation Law Section Newsletter, Volume 30 Number 2 (December 2004).
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