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Beth Boehmcke, Esq.

Attorney, Director of Content Development

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Beth Boehmcke

Elizabeth (“Beth”) Boehmcke graduated cum laude from the University of Michigan Law School in 1993. After graduation from law school through 2003, she specialized in high net worth estate planning, with an emphasis on cross-border and asset protection planning, and the representation of fiduciaries managing complex trusts and family businesses.

During her career in New York, she was an associate attorney at both Rogers & Wells (now Clifford Chance) and Hodgson Russ in New York City. After a hiatus in her legal career to care for her children, she resumed her legal career by passing the Virginia bar in 2014 and began working for the Hook Law Center, P.C., where she expanded her estate planning practice to include elder law, specifically focusing on asset protection planning for Medicaid and Veteran’s benefits.

She is a proud graduate of the University of Virginia where she received a B.A. with distinction in Psychology in 1988 and is also a graduate of SUNY-Buffalo where she received an M.A. in Clinical Psychology in 1990.

Events

Sanders and Other Tax Proposals: What They Mean and What to Advise Clients to do Now: Two-Hour In Depth Look

What a difference in estate tax an election can make! Democratic estate tax proposals could dramatically alter estate and related planning. Clients should act now.

Tangible Personal Property: Planning, Drafting, Tax, and Practical Considerations

Every estate includes tangible personal property: cash, clothes, jewelry, furnishings, vehicles, pets, artwork, gold, alcohol, boats, electronics, cars, wine, guns, etc. Challenges you may face are as varied as the assets involved. This practical webinar will discuss critical planning, drafting, and tax considerations of planning for tangibles. The emotional aspects of tangible property can lead to family disputes.

2021 Income and Estate Tax Planning Steps to Recommend to Clients

We’ve now had some time to reflect on the results of the GA runoff election and see the Biden Administration begin. This program is an in-depth 2.5-hour discussion of income and estate tax planning practitioners should consider recommending to clients now. This program will review and expand considerably on a one-hour program presented immediately after the election results were known.


Life and Death Planning for Retirement Benefits

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