Craig Stephens Fellow in the American College of Trust & Estate Counsel
Sirote & Permutt shareholder Craig Stephens has just been invited to become a Fellow in the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (ACTEC). Membership in ACTEC is based on election to the college by demonstrating the highest level of integrity, commitment to the profession, competence and experience as trust and estate counselors.
Membership is extended only to those attorneys who have been practicing exclusively in the area for a minimum of ten years with an AV rating and who have met rigorous requirements and evaluation by the Regents of the College.
Sirote & Permutt is proud to have more members in this organization than any other firm in Alabama.Mr. Stephens joins Sirote attorneys Harold Apolinsky, Katherine Barr, Elizabeth Hutchins and Melinda Mathews as Fellows of ACTEC.
Mr. Stephens is Co-Chair of Sirote’s Estate Planning Group and represents clients in connection with family wealth transfer planning. Mr. Stephens works with clients including planning with family limited liability companies and family limited partnerships and tax planning with retirement assets. He also advises clients regarding the probate administration process including the income taxation issues surrounding the administration of trusts and estates.
Mr. Stephens is active in the community and serves on the Board of Ronald McDonald House Charities of Alabama.