Lance N. McKenzie
Areas of Practice
- LL.M., New York University, School of Law, 1998
- J.D., University of Montana, School of Law, 1997
- B.S., University of Colorado at Boulder, 1993
Lance McKenzie is a partner in the Trusts & Estates and Business Entities & Transactions Groups with McDonald Carano.
Mr. McKenzie’s practice focuses on sophisticated estate tax planning and estate administration for high net worth individuals and businesses, including strategic planning strategies for asset protection, gift tax planning, probate and trust administration, charitable and private foundations and business transactions. His practice also encompasses transactional work including entity formations, structuring buy-sell agreements, corporate and asset acquisitions and reorganizations.
Mr. McKenzie was previously on the Board of Directors for KNBP Channel 5 Public Television and is a former Advisory Board Member for the Community Foundation of Western Nevada. He is also the author of several published articles and gives frequent seminars on estate and asset protection planning.
September 8, 2020, Private Trust Companies: A Handbook for Advisers, by Lance N McKenzie, McDonald Carano. 1.Introduction Trusts have long been the indispensable tool of estate planning and asset management…
April 1, 2019, The Good Life If you are a business owner of a Nevada LLC, you have a lot of benefits. However, it is more important than ever to review your…
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