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Read Patricia M. Annino’s Bio 

 Bio

Patricia M. Annino is a partner with the Boston office of global law firm, Rimon, P.C. nationally recognized authority on estate planning with more than 30 years of experience serving the estate planning needs of families, individuals, and owners of closely held and family owned businesses.

Patricia is the author of “Estate Planning with Forms” volumes 23-24 of the Thomson Reuters Massachusetts Practice Series and recently the new author of “Probate Practice with Forms” volumes 21-22 of the Massachusetts Practice Series. She has written five books including “Women & Money: A Practical Guide to Estate Planning,” “Women in Family Business: What Keeps You Up at Night?” and “It’s More Than Money: Protect Your Legacy”. She is the author of the “Estate, Gift and Generation Skipping Transfer Tax” Chapter in M.C.L.E.’s A Practical Guide to Estate Planning In Massachusetts, the “Will Provisions Pertaining to Literature, Art, Music, and Computer Programs Chapter in M.C.L.E.’s Drafting Wills and Trusts in Massachusetts and the Chapter, “How You Can Prepare For Longevity and Mental Incapacity Among Family Members” in Wealth of Wisdom: The Top 50 Questions Wealthy Families Ask (Wiley Publishing).

She is a frequent speaker and has been quoted extensively on estate planned topics for national publications including, the Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, Barron’s, Chicago Tribune, MarketWatch and Investors.com.

Patricia is a graduate of Smith College (A.B.), Suffolk University School of Law (J.D.) and Boston University School of Law (L.L.M. in Taxation). She is a Fellow of ACTEC (American College of Trust and Estates Council), a member of the Board of Directors of Family Firm Institute (F.F.I.) the Board of Directors of Business Families Foundation (B.F.F) and the Advisory Board of the Indiana University Women’s Philanthropy Institute.