Chicago-Kent College of Law,
LL.M., Taxation, 2003
Chicago-Kent College of Law,
Presidential Scholarship, 1995-1998
Illinois Association of Realtors Scholarship, 1998
Loyola University Chicago,
Beta Alpha Psi Member, Dean's List
Academic Scholarship, Activities Scholarship
Illinois USDC, Northern District
US Tax Ct
Hellenic Bar Association
Board of Director Member 2009-2014
Officer 2014 - Present
Hellenic American Leadership Council
Founding Member, Council Member, 2012 - present
Loyola University of Chicago Accounting Department Academic Advisory Board, 2017 - Present
Center for Domestic Policy
Board Member, 2017 - Present
Pythagoras Greek School of St. John the Baptist Greek Orthodox Church
School Board Member, 2017 - Present
Chicago Bar Association
American Bar Association
Illinois State Bar Association
Chicago Estate Planning Council
Greater Northshore Estate Planning Council
Just the Beginning Foundation
Chicago Bar Association's Young Lawyer's Section Estate Planning Committee
Co-Chair, 2003-04, 2002-03
Certified Public Accountant, Illinois, 1996
Illinois Real Estate Broker, 2000
Listed in Illinois Super Lawyers, 2014-Present
Named a Five Star Professional for estate-planning in Chicago magazine, 2014
Included in Illinois Super Lawyers Rising Stars list, 2011-2012
Estate Planning & Probate
Named to the Illinois Top Forty Lawyers Under 40 to Watch list by the Law Bulletin Publishing Company, 2010
Thompson Coburn LLP
KPMG Peat Marwick LLP
Fluent in Greek
Chicago-Kent College of Law, Instructor
Introduction to Legal Learning, Chicago Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights
Georgia serves as an estate planning advisor and personal general counsel to closely-held businesses, business leaders, and other individuals.
She draws on her unique background as a CPA to give businesses and individuals a holistic assessment of their assets, tax liabilities, estate planning, and general corporate legal needs.
Closely-held businesses have distinct estate planning obligations, and Georgia regularly works with business owners to lead insurance planning for buyouts, review operating agreements and buy-sell deals, ensure trusts are funded, and study corporate structures to identify any potential issues in the long-term outlook for a company.
Georgia advises multi-generational families on wealth transfer issues, such as estate planning, lifetime gifts and business succession planning, and has led significant tax work and corporate restructuring for family-owned businesses across the Midwest.
She also handles the administration of decedents' estates, and represents families in court proceedings to open probate estates, post-mortem estate tax planning, preparation and filing of estate tax returns and all other probate matters.
Named to the Illinois "Top Forty Lawyers Under 40 to Watch" list and recognized as a "Five Star Professional" for estate planning in Chicago magazine, Georgia works diligently to ensure clients understand each step in the estate planning process. She doesn't just draft estate documents; she closely studies corporate structures, takes inventory of all assets, and uses that information to create a comprehensive and tax-efficient estate plan for clients.
"Deducting Administration Expenses at the First Death: Form 706 vs. Form 1041 (Not as Simple as You Think)";
Trusts & Estates - Illinois State Bar Association Newsletter, 2008
Featured Author, “Why Do Estate Planning Now?";
Corporate Creations® Newsletter, July 2003
Co-Author, Estate Planning Newsletter; FagelHaber LLC,
"Illinois Durable Power of Attorney -- Do You Need One?";
"Could the Terri Schiavo Situation Happen to You?";
"Reap the Benefit of Your Estate Plan";
"New Tax Law Changes May Affect You";
"Year-End Tax Planning";
"Illinois Says Goodbye to the Feds";
"Family Limited Partnerships";
"Will Your Closely Held Business Survive For Future Generations?";
"Key Components Of An Estate Plan";
"Top Ten Reasons Why You Need An Estate Plan Even If Taxes Are Not An Issue";
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