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John R. IvimeyStockholder

John R. Ivimey is a Stockholder who began his career at Reid and Riege in 1991.  He represents businesses and individuals in a wide range of estate planning and corporate matters, including drafting estate plans, settling estates, handling business succession matters, serving as trustee for clients and their families and representing individuals and fiduciaries in probate litigation.

John is a frequent lecturer and writer on trust and estate matters and currently serves as Chair of the Estate and Probate Section of the Connecticut Bar Association.

In his relationships with his clients, John learns their goals and provides timely solutions to their problems.

Professional Affiliations

  • Hartford Business and Estate Planning Counsel
  • Connecticut Bar Association, Estate and Probate Section, Past President
  • American College of Trust and Estate Counsel, Fellow, Member of the State Law Subcommittee
  • American Bar Association

Community Involvement and Other Pursuits

  • The Connection, Inc., Board Member
  • Chester Rotary, Past President
  • The Williams School

Publications

  • "2012 Developments in Connecticut Estate and Probate Law," Co-Author, Connecticut Bar Journal (Vol. 87, Number 2)
  • A Practical Guide to Probate in Connecticut, Co-Author, MCLE - New England (July 2013)
  • "2011 Developments in Connecticut Estate and Probate Law," Co-Author, Connecticut Bar Journal (Vol. 86)
  • "2010 Developments in Connecticut Estate and Probate Law", Co-Author, Connecticut Bar Journal (Vol. 85)
  • "2009 Developments in Connecticut Estate and Probate Law", Co-Author, Connecticut Bar Journal (Vol. 84)
  • "2008 Developments in Connecticut Estate and Probate Law", Co-Author, Connecticut Bar Journal (Vol. 83)
  • "2007 Developments in Connecticut Estate and Probate Law", Co-Author, Connecticut Bar Journal (Vol. 82)
  • "Pitfalls, Open Questions and Potential Planning Opportunities", Estate and Probate Notes and Commentary, Connecticut Bar Association (July 2006)
  • "State Estate Taxes After EGTRRA: A Long Day's Journey into Night", Co-Author, The Quinnipiac Probate Law Journal (Spring 2004)
  • "Drafting in Light of Changes in Tax Law", Estate and Probate Notes and Commentary, Connecticut Bar Association (December 2003)
  • Numerous legislative proposals and recommendations on behalf of the Connecticut Bar Association, regarding the new Connecticut Estate Tax

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