Jackie Dimmitt has joined Thompson Coburn as counsel in the firm’s Private Client/Tax group where she will counsel clients on estate planning, trusts, probate and tax law, tax planning and charitable giving.
Named “2012 Non-Profit/Charities Law Lawyer of the Year, St. Louis” in The Best Lawyers in America® (by BL Rankings), Dimmitt has a comprehensive practice that encompasses many areas of advanced estate planning law. She works with clients on planning and drafting wills and trusts, charitable trusts and other charitable giving arrangements, life insurance trusts and trusts for gift planning. She also counsels on specialized tax planning trusts, such as qualified personal residence trusts and grantor retained annuity trusts.
In the charitable giving realm, Dimmitt builds and implements planned giving arrangements and is well-versed in the tax laws applicable to gifts to tax-exempt organizations. She also oversees the administration of estates and trusts and prepares estate and gift tax returns, as well as fiduciary income tax returns.
Dimmitt is a member of the Estate Planning Council of St. Louis and the St. Louis Planning Giving Council. She joins Thompson Coburn from The Stolar Partnership LLP, where she was a partner. She received her J.D., cum laude, from Saint Louis University School of Law and her B.S. in finance from Illinois State University.
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