Jennifer T. Fleming has joined Prince Lobel Tye LLP as a partner, bolstering the firm’s trusts and estates practice group while underscoring its dedication to the Women@Prince initiative.
An accomplished attorney with more than 15 years of experience in her practice area, Jennifer’s prime focuses include estate planning, estate administration, and tax law. Her day-to-day objectives include advising clients and implementing estate plans for a number of outcomes – for example, aiding in the care and welfare of beloved beneficiaries, managing assets, minimizing state and gift tax, and planning for special needs or charitable efforts. She also works with clients on succession planning, assists small businesses in the incorporation process, helps charitable organizations navigate the steps toward obtaining tax-exempt status and filing annual federal and state returns, and formulates prenuptial agreements.
In probate court, Jennifer represents clients in proceedings related to estate settlement, guardianship, adoptions, and conservatorship. She also serves as an individual trustee providing counsel to professional trustees in matters related to their fiduciary duties.
Prince Lobel Managing Partner Craig M. Tateronis praised Jennifer highly and said the firm is pleased to bring her on board. “Jennifer is a talented, experienced and astute attorney, and we are excited to welcome her to our team. Her background and expertise will further expand our already strong estate planning practice group. Her inclusion in the practice also emphasizes
our continued commitment to inclusion and diversity and strengthens our Women@Prince initiative. We are delighted that Jennifer chose Prince Lobel.”
Prince Lobel’s women’s initiative, Women@Prince, focuses on building relationships both within and outside the firm. Geared toward promoting the talents and abilities of the firm’s female attorneys, the group supports its members’ professional development through career advice, educational and mentoring programs, and helps identify networking opportunities. The group also helps support local, women-focused charities through both events and direct outreach. Women@Prince aims to provide a comfortable environment for women to discuss the unique challenges they face in the legal profession.