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Tara Walsh Speaks at Philadelphia Bar Association Program on Trusts and Estates Implications Under Marital Agreements

October 12, 2021
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PHILADELPHIA – Stradley Ronon Partner Tara M. Walsh served as a panelist for the Philadelphia Bar Association CLE entitled “The Intersection of Death and Divorce: Estate Planning & Family Law Implications Under Marital Agreements” on Oct. 12. The panel shared perspectives on family law issues and trusts and estates issues which impact premarital agreements and postmarital agreements. The panel also discussed practice pointers and pitfalls to avoid when drafting and negotiating premarital agreements and postmarital agreements.

Walsh concentrates her practice in the areas of estate, tax and business planning, premarital and postmarital agreements, as well as estate and trust administration. She represents and advises high-net-worth individuals, owners of closely held businesses, individual and corporate fiduciaries, and nonprofit/charitable entities. Her practice involves designing and implementing a wide range of estate plans; handling all aspects of estate and trust administrations; advising clients on estate, gift and generation-skipping transfer tax issues; counseling clients in planned charitable giving; advising clients on issues related to life insurance and retirement plans; counseling beneficiaries and fiduciaries in Orphans’ Court matters; and forming nonprofit organizations.

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