Cynda Ottaway recently participated as a faculty member at the Duke University Estate Planning Conference in Durham, North Carolina. Chosen based on her expertise and teaching skills, Ottaway led a session entitled, “The A-MAZE-ing Race: How to Succeed (Ethically) in Business Succession Planning.” She was joined by other faculty members comprised of estate planning and tax practitioners as well as legal scholars including Turney Berry, Elizabeth Schurig, Milford Hatcher, and Albert Secor. The conference is designed to strengthen practitioners’ knowledge in estate planning, examine current developments in the estate and gift tax field, and provide a forum to discuss the complexities of estate planning.
Ottaway’s practice focuses on estate planning, trust and estate administration and litigation, and planning for closely-held family businesses. She has experience in wealth transfer techniques and assists individuals and families with succession planning in the business context and other generational matters.
Posted on Wed, November 17, 2010
by Crowe & Dunlevy