Practice Areas: Of Counsel to the firm in the areas of Estate Planning,Estate and Trust Administration, Estate, Gift and Generation Skipping Taxation, Charitable Giving and Family Businesses, including Business Succession Planning
Attorney Fred Kuhn, a graduate of Yale University and the University of Pennsylvania Law School, has been practicing law since 1975. Attorney Kuhn leads the Firm’s personal planning group. His practice focuses on the impact of tax laws on life’s larger events. Additionally, Attorney Kuhn deftly assists families faced with the difficult but inevitable decisions they need to make when establishing an estate plan. Specifically, Attorney Kuhn establishes and administers estate plans, estates, trusts, and gifts. Using his expertise and experience, Attorney Kuhn can map out the best course of action when faced with estate and gift taxes, charitable giving, pre-nuptial agreements and family real estate transactions. Attorney Kuhn often lends his expertise to fledgling and established businesses when they are faced with the seemingly insurmountable decision regarding business succession planning. Attorney Kuhn has also advised businesses as to the best type of business model that suits their unique needs be it a closely held corporation, partnership, sole proprietorship, or limited liability corporation.
Attorney Kuhn holds an LLM in Taxation from Boston University and has not only authored but also lectured about estate planning and retirement plans.
In his free time, he enjoys vacationing with his family in Northern New England.
Admitted: 1973, Pennsylvania (inactive); 1975, Massachusetts; 1978, U.S. Tax Court
Educated: Yale University (B.A., 1970); University of Pennsylvania (J.D., 1973); Boston University (LL.M. in Taxation, 1977)
Born: Weymouth, Massachusetts, May 16, 1949
U.S. Court of Appeals, Third Circuit, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
- Staff Law Clerk: 1973-1974
- “Retirement Plan Benefits: What Are the Spouse’s Options?” Estate Planning Oct 1992. Lecturer, “Fundamentals of Estate Planning,” MCLE 1991