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Ms. Buttorff advises individual clients in developing and implementing sophisticated estate and charitable gift plans, including business succession planning; counsels and represents individual and corporate fiduciary clients in administering estates and trusts, including fiduciary litigation matters; and represents clients before the Internal Revenue Service, Kentucky Department of Revenue, and Indiana Tax Department on related estate, inheritance, gift, and fiduciary income tax controversies. Ms. Buttorff advises non-profit organizations on various non-profit law issues, including formation, operations and procedures.
Ms. Buttorff has presented seminars on estate, charitable and tax planning strategies and on trust and estate administration topics for the Kentucky Bar Association, Louisville Bar Association, University of Kentucky, University of Louisville, and National Business Institute.
Ms. Buttorff is active in several non-profit organizations and currently serves on the Board of Trustees for Christ Church United Methodist and on the Board of Beargrass-St. Matthews Historical Society. She previously served on the University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law Alumni Council and the Board of Trustees for Meredith Dunn School. She enjoys gardening, golf, genealogy, and University of Louisville sports.
Included in Best Lawyers in America® in area of Trusts and Estates, 2013 - 2014
Louisville Bar Association (Former Chair, Probate and Trust Law Section)
Indiana State Bar Association
Kentucky Bar Association, Probate and Trust Law Legislative Committee (Former Chair, Probate and Trust Law Section)
American Bar Association
Estate Planning Council of Metro Louisville, Inc. (Former President)
Partnership for Philanthropic Planning of Kentuckiana (Former Board President)
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