A key component of a contemporary estate plan is one that is easy to overlook: a plan for handling your digital assets with financial or personal value in the event of your incapacity or death.
Kerry Spindler is an estate and tax planning lawyer, helping individuals and families to maneuver through sophisticated tax and charitable planning issues. She handles all aspects of estate planning, estate administration and trust administration.
Kerry is skilled at advising clients, including non-traditional families and same sex partners and spouses, on matters related to succession planning and wealth transfer. She advises her clients with respect to minimizing transfer taxes, probate avoidance, the creation of charitable legacies through private foundations and other means, and administering probate estates and trusts. She similarly counsels beneficiaries, and trustees and other fiduciaries.
Kerry also has significant experience in counseling nonprofit organizations and advises nonprofit entities in connection with corporate formation and application for tax-exempt status.
Prior to joining the firm, Kerry worked as a judicial intern for Associate Justice Herman J. Smith, Jr., Middlesex Superior Court. She also worked as a judicial intern to Federal Magistrate Judge Marian Payson.