Happy 2017! As the new year begins, I look forward to positive experiences and opportunities for growth, both personally and professionally. I hope that 2017 brings you much happiness and success!
And speaking of growth in the new year, my latest article series in the ABA’s GPSolo eReport is “Spark: Tips for Maintaining Your Passion for the Practice of Law.” I hope it’s an interesting read for anyone in their mid-career or late-career phase! Please check it out and let me know what you think.
Our team proudly joined a group of over 900 attorneys to hear Eugene Robinson speak at the King County Bar Association’s Martin Luther King, Jr. lunch on January 13.
On January 12, I presented on Business Law Essentials to local entrepreneurs for the Small Business Administration’s Seattle office. I’ve enjoyed a wonderful relationship with the SBA for almost 15 years, and consider it a privilege to contribute to our entrepreneurial community.
On January 13 and 14, I participated in our yearly Tennis Outreach Programs Board Retreat! Our Board retreat is a critical aspect of operating our nonprofit, as we get to map out our year and our goals for TOPs. As most of you know, I am a proud TOPs Board member, enthusiastically supporting the goal of “empowering youth for lifetime success through tennis, education, fitness and character development regardless of economic circumstance.”
As always, I would love to hear your questions and comments. If you have any questions about our firm and the work we do, please contact me or visit our website at www.staceyromberg.com.
Thinking about making monetary gifts this year? As long as you follow the rules, gifting is a great way to reduce the size of your taxable estate.
It is always a tragedy when a police officer dies in the line of duty, but it is doubly tragic when that officer dies without a Will in place. Read more from Sherry about why estate planning is so critical for everyone, including first responders.