Private client services partner Georgia Demeros was named in the November edition of Chicago magazine as a Five Star Professional for estate planning.
Award candidates are identified by three sources: firm nomination, peer nomination or pre-qualification based on industry standing. Winners are then selected using internal and external research data, including a survey of nearly 12,000 registered financial services professionals.
Georgia concentrates her practice on estate planning, including advisement on wealth transfer issues, lifetime gifts and handling administration of decedents’ estates. She also counsels individuals and closely held businesses on tax planning and business succession planning. Additionally, she works with business owners on structuring and maintaining business entities, such as corporations, limited liability companies, partnerships and joint ventures.
In September, she was also listed in Chicago magazine for being recognized by Illinois Super Lawyers for estate planning and probate. Only 5 percent of the lawyers in a given state or region are included in the Super Lawyers list.
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