For the sixth consecutive year, Smith Anderson’s Trusts and Estates practice and two of its partners are recognized in the North Carolina Private Wealth Law chapter of Chambers and Partners: High Net Worth.
According to Chambers, the High Net Worth guide covers private wealth management work and related specialties in key jurisdictions around the world, featuring in-depth editorial content about leading lawyers and law firms for wealthy individuals and families.
Throughout the research process, Chambers speaks with clients and peers who evaluate the firm and its lawyers. Smith Anderson’s review states that the firm “boasts a strong private client services team that handles trust and estates matters” and assists families and charitable organizations. Sources described members of the team as “excellent,” “an outstanding estates attorney,” and “well respected in North Carolina.”
The two partners honored as leading attorneys in the High Net Worth guide are:
Smith Anderson is positioned to help individuals transfer and preserve family wealth from generation to generation, accomplish charitable goals and reduce income, gift, estate, generation-skipping and other taxes that erode family wealth. Our trusts and estates legal experience includes planning and administering large, complex trusts and estates, and we regularly advise executors, trustees and beneficiaries on tax and fiduciary law matters.
Chambers High Net Worth ranks the leading lawyers and law firms for international private wealth. Those ranked in the guide understand the complex needs of HNW individuals and provide specialist advice and legal services. The leading annual legal directory for HNW clients also recommends top accountancy firms, private banks, wealth managers, trust companies and other professional advisers to high net worth and ultrahigh net worth individuals globally. Legal rankings are based on in-depth market analysis and independent research, conducted by experienced researchers. Chambers and Partners’ rankings and research provides information, statistics and firm overviews needed to make an informed decision when purchasing professional services. For more information, please visit Chambers' methodology page.