Kinsey Arnett counsels clients on managing their assets through estate planning, estate and trust administration, and succession planning for closely-held businesses. Kinsey advises on charitable techniques that achieve clients’ intentions.
Kinsey works with clients to handle matters such as:
Reviewing, analyzing and developing estate plans for high net worth individuals and preparing wills, lifetime directives and trust agreements
Developing succession plans for closely held businesses
Opening estates, overseeing administration and distribution of estate assets, and closing estates
Preparing federal estate tax returns (Forms 706) and federal gift tax returns (Forms 709)
Negotiating with the Internal Revenue Service on certain federal estate and gift tax issues
Reviewing and analyzing existing irrevocable trust agreements, and developing and implementing plans to modify trust agreements via mergers, decantings and court proceedings to address changed circumstances among trustees and beneficiaries
Negotiating and preparing premarital agreements for high net worth individuals
Negotiating and litigating contested trust agreements and estate plans
Kinsey is a licensed CPA. She previously worked as a tax services manager at Katz, Sapper & Miller LLP and specialized in the areas of nonprofit organizations, fiduciary taxation and individual income taxation.
Indiana University School of Law — Michael Sacopulos Tax Award, Jack and Karen Shaw Tax Award