NGC Adds Three New Attorneys to Estate Planning and Immigration Law Teams
For nearly ten years, Bryan has assisted families and individuals in their estate and special needs planning. He brings the firm’s clients considerable experience in helping fiduciaries navigate the complex and unfamiliar probate and trust administration process to ensure the smooth transfer of assets. He also advises individuals and privately held businesses on a wide range of real estate and corporate transactions.
Elizabeth also joins NGC’s Estate Planning, Trust, and Probate Administration group to help clients resolve estate and trust administration, estate planning, and federal and state taxation issues. She has particular strengths in counseling families and individuals on income, gift, estate, and generation-skipping transfer tax planning.
Annie joins us as an associate attorney. Some of you may already know her because she worked for our immigration law group as a paralegal and law clerk for two summers while attending Marquette University’s Law School, where she was the Comments Editor on the Law Review. At NGC, Annie will focus her practice on both business and family-based immigration for companies and individuals across the region.
NGC Lawyers Recognized By Peers and Clients
Members Richard Witkowski and Matt Fitzsimmons were recently recognized as Ohio Super Lawyers® by Super Lawyers, a Thomson Reuters business, for their high degree of professional achievement and peer recognition:
In addition, the firm’s Immigration Law practice and attorneys Karen Gabriel Moss and Brad Ortman were named to the 2023 U.S. News – Best Lawyers® list for their professional excellence and persistently impressive ratings from clients and peers. Nicola, Gudbranson & Cooper, LLC was also recognized as a Tier 1 Best Law Firm for Immigration Law for 2023.
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