Clark Hill Chicago Adds Personal Legal Services Attorney Martin Cohn
CHICAGO, IL – Martin Cohn has joined Clark Hill’s Chicago office as Senior Counsel in the Personal Legal Services Practice Group.
Cohn concentrates his practice in the areas of income and estate taxation, probate, estate and trust administration, real estate sales and exchanges, and business law. He counsels business owners, senior executives and high net-worth individuals and families on the various aspects of estate and tax planning to maximize wealth protection and minimize taxes.
Clark Hill PLC provides distinctive solutions to a diverse range of businesses, public entities and individuals both nationally and internationally. Our talented attorneys and professionals use deep industry, policy and technical knowledge to provide innovative solutions to complex issues. Client’s objectives always set the agenda and together we collaborate on strategies, take the necessary legal action, cut through obstacles and connect to business opportunities to get the best results possible. Our purpose is clear, to provide the best client service and guide clients to paths that generate growth and success.
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