Trusts & Estates Magazine: The Future of Estate Planning

Four thought leaders provide their insights into the future of the modern estateplanning practice. Austin Bramwell predicts that despite dire warnings, the private wealth and trusts and estates practice will continue to grow and flourish. Craig R. Hersch posits that well-qualified boutique firms are positioned to lead the estate-planning legal practice into the future, as they can provide the “family feel” conducive to building relationships. Avi Z. Kestenbaum anticipates growth in three areas: estate litigation; sophisticated business and tax planning; and elder law/ mental health planning. Joshua S. Rubenstein shares three observations that lead him to conclude that estate-planning services will need to be provided in full service national and international law firms.

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