Eric N. Mann counsels families, business owners, executives and individuals on all aspects of sophisticated estate planning.
In addition, Eric advises his clients regarding the legal implications of major life events, such as premarital planning, moving to a new jurisdiction, appointing short-term guardians for vacationing parents and designating agents for health care decisions. Eric prides himself in developing flexible, practicable solutions that maximize his clients’ objectives.
He also authored Section 11-18(a-5) of the Illinois Probate Act of 1975 (755 ILCS 5/11-18(a-5), which expanded the authority of a guardian to make certain gifts and to establish estate planning documents for disabled adult persons. In addition, the section directs the guardian to investigate and pursue a ward’s eligibility for governmental benefits.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Eric N. Mann