Ms. Wilcox was named the Tax "Lawyer of the Year" for Tax law, for Albuquerque, New Mexico by Best Lawyers of America for 2014.Ms. Wilcox continues to be “AV” rated for Ethical Standards and Legal Ability by Martindale-Hubbell National Lawyers Directory (“AV” is the highest rating available). She continues to be listed in The Best Lawyers in America in the categories of (i) Tax Law; (ii) Trusts and Estates Law; (iii) Litigation – Trusts & Estates; and (iv) Litigation & Controversy – Tax. Ms. Wilcox has also been honored by the Albuquerque Community Foundation, receiving the “Excellence in Charitable Gift Planning” award. Ms. Wilcox has also received a Martindale-Hubbell National Lawyers Directory Client Distinction Award based on client review ratings.Ms. Wilcox is on the Board of the Society of Financial Service Professionals, and is a Board Member of the State Bar of New Mexico Real Property, Probate, and Trust Section. Ms. Wilcox is on the Board of the University of New Mexico Anderson School of Management Foundation. Ms. Wilcox is a founder of the Independent Community Foundation, Inc.Ms. Wilcox practices in the areas of estate planning, tax law, probate, estate and trust administration, charitable giving, business planning, and business succession planning. She has lectured to numerous financial advisors, attorneys, accountants and others on tax and estate planning, business planning, charitable giving, planning related to qualified retirement benefits, and legal ethics. Wilcox & Myers, P.C. hosts an annual seminar attended by over one-hundred and fifty top legal and financial advisors in the community on current legal topics.
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