Since beginning her law career in 1991, LORA L. BROWN has helped high net worth clients evaluate and implement estate planning techniques to achieve their family goals, including philanthropy and multi-generational planning, while minimizing transfer taxes. Thoughtful discussions with clients allow Lora to help families create and implement purposeful planning concepts.
Lora represents fiduciaries (individuals and corporate) and beneficiaries (including charitable organizations) in the administration of trusts and estates and assists in resolving disputes that occasionally arise in such matters through the use of nonjudicial agreements and mediation. She also represents clients in the preparation and negotiation of premarital and cohabitation agreements.
Lora is a Regent of The American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (ACTEC) and is active with this national organization, recently completed her service as Chair of the ACTEC Practice Committee (2018-2021) and as Co-Chair of the Artificial Intelligence Task Force of ACTEC. She is a past Chair of the WSBA Real Property, Probate & Trust Section.