Sarah E. Baley
- Nevada, 2016
- Texas (currently inactive)
- Nevada Supreme Court
- LL.M., Taxation, New York University
- J.D., University of Texas School of Law
- B.A., cum laude, with Honors, Spanish, Davidson College
Sarah Baley is an associate in the firm’s Trust Estate and Wealth Preservation group. She works closely with individuals and families to create estate plans that minimize income and transfer taxes with the goal of preserving and transferring wealth. Through the use of various estate planning vehicles, including revocable living trusts, charitable trusts, and family limited partnerships, Ms. Baley designs estate plans that are tax efficient and tailored to her clients’ needs. Her work includes business succession planning, tax planning, traditional estate planning, planning for incapacity, probate and trust administration, charitable giving, and entity formation and dissolution. Whether in the realm of estate planning or trust and estate administration, Ms. Baley has the unique ability to present complex concepts clearly and concisely.
Ms. Baley is a member of the Estate Planning Council of Northern Nevada, where she serves on the Programs Committee, and a member of the Planned Giving Round Table of Northern Nevada. Ms. Baley is also a member of the Reno Junior League, where she serves on the New Members Committee, and a member of the Board of Directors for the Nevada Women’s Fund, where she serves on the Development Committee.
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