Richards, Layton & Finger directors named to Chambers net worth advisor list

don sparks

Richards, Layton & Finger, Wilmington and two directors, F. Peter Conaty Jr. and W. Donald Sparks II, have been recognized in the inaugural edition of Chambers High Net Worth (HNW), the new guide to the world’s leading high net worth advisers.  Richards Layton’s Trusts and Estates practice is ranked in the publication’s highest Band 1 for Private Wealth Law in Delaware.

Chambers HNW reports that clients consider  Sparks “brilliant.”  One client notes, “You would have trouble finding a better attorney in Wilmington.”  Described as “really straightforward and honest,” Mr. Conaty is praised as “a very practical attorney who understands complexities and can provide an effective solution to whatever the client is facing.”

Conaty, ranked in Band 2 in Chambers HNW, focuses his practice on the income taxation of trusts and estates, probate, wealth preservation, and planning matters involving estate, gift, and generation-skipping transfer taxes.  He represents high net worth individuals in sophisticated estate planning matters, as well as individuals and corporate fiduciaries in connection with estate and trust administration.  He also provides advice on Delaware trust law. He is a fellow of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel.

peter conaty

Spar,s, ranked in Chambers HNW’s Band 1, represents banks, trust companies, and high net-worth individuals in sophisticated estate planning and fiduciary matters.  He specializes in trusts and estates, focusing primarily on estate planning, estate administration, tax-exempt organizations, and fiduciary litigation.

Recognized in Super Lawyers since 2007,  Sparks was named in The Best Lawyers in America as both the 2015 Wilmington, DE Tax Lawyer of the Year and Trusts & Estates Lawyer of the Year.   Head of Richards Layton’s Tax Group, Sparks is a fellow and state chair of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel.

Chambers HNW covers private wealth management work in key jurisdictions around the world.

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