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Kristen M. Lynch, Esq.

Partner | Fort Lauderdale

Meet Kristen

Kristen M. Lynch, Esq. is a Partner at the law firm of Lubell Rosen, where she works with clients regarding probate matters, guardianship, and estate and retirement planning. Ms. Lynch is an Accredited Estate Planner® as designated by the National Association of Estate Planners & Councils, and has been named among “Women Leaders in the Law” and “Top Rated Lawyers” by Martindale-Hubbell®. Since 2008, she has been AV® Preeminent™ Peer Review Rated by Martindale-Hubbell.

Ms. Lynch began her career in the trust banking industry, where she served more than 15 years as a vice president and trust officer with SunTrust Bank. During that time, she was the divisional manager of IRA Services within the Trust Department for the South Florida region. Ms. Lynch previously worked at several South Florida law firms in the capacity of partner, shareholder and attorney. She has represented clients in regard to probates, guardianships, estate planning, asset protection, philanthropic planning and charitable giving, and retirement planning.

She sits on several planned giving committees and boards within the University of Miami and Nova Southeastern University communities. She is also actively involved in the local chapter for the American Lung Association and has been a faculty member at Florida Trust School since 2007. Ms. Lynch is a frequent lecturer for professional organizations and Continuing Legal Education events, and has been published multiple times in The Florida Bar Journal, Journal of Retirement Planning, Leimberg Financial Services and Trusts & Estates magazine.

She lives in Boca Raton with her rescue dog Hairy Houdini, and enjoys music and giving back to others and the community whenever possible.

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When Good IRA's Go Bad: Common Pre-and-Post Mortem IRA problems with Uncommonly Bad Results

Individual Retirement Accounts are tax-deferred accounts that, if handled properly, can be an effective vehicle for retirement and can be passed on to a surviving spouse or other heirs while retaining the deferral of income tax. The new IRA rules enacted a few years ago provide post-mortem planning opportunities in an area that previously had little flexibility. To take full advantage of these new opportunities, IRA owners and their professional consultants must pay special attention to the plan

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