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Holland & Hart Welcomes Experienced Private Client Partner Nick Marshall in Boise

Holland & Hart announced that Private Client and Tax attorney Nicholas Marshall has joined the firm as a partner in Boise.

Nick provides pragmatic estate planning and tax advice to high net worth individuals, guiding clients through the process of creating tax efficient estate plans that protect and preserve wealth for their intended beneficiaries. Nick also helps clients incorporate tax advantaged charitable giving into their estate plans.

In his estate and trust administration practice, Nick represents fiduciaries in all phases of the administration process including preparing estate tax returns and resolving probate, estate, and trust disputes.

“We have known and worked with Nick for a long time and feel fortunate to have an attorney of his caliber join our team,” said Dean Bennett, administrative partner of Holland & Hart’s Boise office. “He will be an incredible asset to help us expand our private client work in Idaho.”

“I’m looking forward to joining this talented team of practitioners,” said Marshall. “I’m excited to offer my clients access to the full-service legal support and the resources of one of the nation’s largest private client practices.”

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