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Sarah Patterson has practiced law for 18 years and is a part of the Trust and Estate Planning Practice Group with the firm. Her focus is on estate, trust and tax matters for individuals, as well as entity formation and business planning. She also advises non-profit and tax-exempt organizations on formation, planning and tax issues.Sarah has represented many varied estates over the years, including probate proceedings and trust administration. She has assisted the executor or trustee in distri...
K. Coleman Westbrook, Jr., is a partner in the firm’s Estate Planning Practice Group. His practice consists of performing analysis and planning for individuals with regard to gift, estate and generation-skipping transfer taxes; charitable and other lifetime and testamentary transfers; probate and estate, trust and non-profit/tax-exempt administration.Coleman’s practice includes the drafting of and advising wills, revocable trusts, powers of attorney, living wills, beneficiary desi...
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