An experienced tax and estate planning attorney, Jennifer understands that clients’ decisions about how to preserve and transfer wealth to the next generation involve more than just finances. They’re about family ties, hopes for the future and leaving a legacy.
This is why, before she offers advice on estate planning, Jennifer listens to her clients, working with them to frame their goals, learn their priorities and understand their family dynamics. Having prepared hundreds of estate plans, she knows what questions to ask and appreciates the gravity of the decisions she is helping families to make.
Whether helping a client map the future of a treasured family business or arrange for the care of an aging relative, Jennifer seeks to enter into their unique circumstances, offering a willing ear; informed, compassionate counsel; and unwavering dedication.
“Jennifer’s wise counsel enabled us to navigate the most complex legal guardianship and estate challenges imaginable.”
― Estate planning clients Tom & Kris Newell
Jennifer provides individuals and families with proactive tax and wealth planning advice, high-quality estate planning documents and trust and estate administration services, tailored to their personal and business goals. She works with trusts and estates of all sizes and levels of complexity to implement tax-efficient wealth management strategies that align with clients' values and needs.
She advises clients on a broad range of probate matters including:
- Tax and estate planning
- Trust administration
- Estate administration
- South Dakota trusts
Before Fox Rothschild
Prior to joining Fox Rothschild, Jennifer was a partner at a North Carolina boutique law firm. Previously, she founded and managed her own law firm focused on estate planning and administration. Before that, Jennifer was an estate planning attorney with a global law firm and a statewide North Carolina practice.
Beyond Fox Rothschild
Jennifer is an advocate for community growth and betterment. She was honored to lead the Guilford County Partnership for Children as president and CEO during a season of transition for the organization. She is a member of the board of the Greensboro Kiwanis Club and the Guilford Education Alliance’s public advocacy team, and is a former member of the local board of Young Life. She also provides estate planning services to local school teachers and classroom assistants and is an active member of Grace Community Church.