Firm partners to conduct lecture on wealth management at the University at Buffalo
The lecture is free and will focus on how to create, preserve, protect and control personal wealth. Topics will include tax shelters; accumulation strategies; asset segregation and creditor protection; legacy planning; and, intergenerational planning and family values. The presentation will be followed by a question and answer session.
Ms. Mattrey focuses her practice on litigation and dispute resolution, representing individual physicians, nurses, hospitals, medical groups and other allied health professionals against malpractice claims, as well as general litigation matters involving institutions such as nursing home negligence and property liability matters.
Ms. Perry concentrates her practice on trusts, estates and elder law, working with clients to create estate plans tailored to meet personal goals and objectives with a focus on income, estate, gift and generation-skipping transfer tax issues.
To register for the program, please contact Jill Robins at firstname.lastname@example.org or (716) 881-7481 by Oct. 13, 2015.