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Tracy Craig, Fellow, ACTEC, AEP®

Partner and Chair of Trusts and Estates Group, Mirick O'Connell


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Estate attorney Tracy Craig is a partner and chair of Mirick O'Connell's Trusts and Estates Group. She works with individuals in all areas of estate and gift tax planning, ranging from testamentary estate planning, including business succession planning, to sophisticated lifetime leveraged gifting techniques. She also specializes in estate administration, prenuptial agreements, guardianships and conservatorships, and all aspects of charitable planning, including the formation and operation of tax-exempt organizations, ranging from private foundations to public charities. She serves in various fiduciary capacities, including trustee, conservator and personal representative. She also works with clients on issues facing elders.

Craig is a Fellow of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel and an AEP®. She has received an AV® Preeminent Peer Review Rating by Martindale-Hubbell, the highest rating available for legal ability and professional ethics.

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Building Wealth
November 2018

Joint Ownership: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Putting a child on your bank account can make life easier as you get older, and it can help your heirs avoid probate after you're gone. But it comes with some pretty severe downsides. In fact, a revocable trust may be a better move.

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Building Wealth
September 2018

Even Your Pet Needs an Estate Plan

Who will feed Fifi once you’re gone? It's something you should probably put in writing. There are three different ways to do that, some offering more protections than others.

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Building Wealth
August 2018

Are You Ready for Longevity? 4 Steps to Take Now

A long life is a great gift, but with the joys come some financial and legal challenges. The earlier you act to address them, the better off you and your heirs will be.

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Building Wealth
June 2018

Should You Give Your House Away?

If you’re thinking about it because you want to make sure it stays in the family or you have some concerns about Medicaid in the future, be careful. There can be serious consequences if not executed just right.

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Building Wealth
May 2018

Is Estate Planning Now Dead?

Thanks to the new tax law, that's what some people may think. But estate planning is about a lot more than just taxes.

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