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Partner Rebecca Klock Schroer Elected Fellow of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel

Holland & Hart is proud to announce that Denver partner Rebecca Klock Schroer has been elected as a Fellow of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (ACTEC). ACTEC is a national, nonprofit association of approximately 2,400 lawyers and law professors. Fellows are peer-elected based on professional reputation and expertise in the preparation of wills and trusts, estate planning, probate, trust administration and related practice areas.

Established in 1949, ACTEC is a nonprofit association of lawyers and law professors skilled and experienced in the preparation of wills and trusts; estate planning; and probate procedure and administration of trusts and estates of decedents, minors, and incompetents. Lawyers and law professors are elected to be Fellows based on their outstanding reputation, exceptional skill, and substantial contributions to the field by lecturing, writing, teaching, and participating in bar leadership or legislative activities.

In addition to over a decade of private practice in trust and estate law, Rebecca brings her clients institutional perspective from her prior experience as a client advisor in wealth management departments at financial institutions. She provides advice to fiduciaries and families relating to the transfer and management of wealth. Rebecca frequently advises professional and family trustees, as well as Wyoming private family trust companies, regarding fiduciary duties and complex trust administration. Rebecca also represents fiduciaries, heirs, beneficiaries, and creditors in the resolution of probate and trust-related litigation.

To view the full list of new ACTEC Fellows, click here.


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