WASHINGTON (June 9, 2016) – Holland & Knight partner Alby Salaman was elected president of the Washington, D.C. Estate Planning Council on June 2.
The Washington, D.C. Estate Planning Council is a regional organization with over 250 members. The Council’s primary objective is to support collaborative efforts of estate planning professionals. In addition to helping its members render the highest possible service to their clients, the Council provides a forum for discussion of estate planning topics and promotes cooperation among the participating disciplines including lawyers, certified public accountants, life insurance professionals, trust officers, financial planners, valuation specialists and charitable giving professionals.
Mr. Salaman is a partner in Holland & Knight’s Washington office and chair of the firm’s Mid-Atlantic Region Private Wealth Services Group. He practices in the areas of estate planning, estate administration and prenuptial agreements. He concentrates on designing sophisticated estate plans and saving taxes for wealthy families in the metropolitan Washington area and for professional athletes nationwide, including NBA and NFL players.
"This is an honor for Alby as well as for Holland & Knight,” said David Scott Sloan, co-chair of the firm’s national Private Wealth Services Group. “We are pleased that Alby has been recognized by his Washington peers as a leader in the estate planning community. His commitment to this organization is emblematic of the community service that is part of the ethos of Holland & Knight.”
As the largest private wealth services practice in the United States, Holland & Knight’s Private Wealth Services Group represents high-net-worth individuals, substantial closely held and family businesses, charitable organizations, educational institutions, banks and trust companies. The group has more Fellows in the American College of Trust & Estate Counsel than any other law firm in the country.
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