Edward P. Wojnaroski, Jr. is a partner with Williams Coulson and has been practicing law for over 27 years. He delivers comprehensive estate planning, business planning, estate administration, and personalized tax consulting services designed to minimize taxes and maximize wealth transfer. Ed has extensive planning and drafting experience with sophisticated and innovative estate planning techniques. In addition, he maintains an active practice serving clients in state and federal tax controversies and representing executors, trustees, agents, charities, and beneficiaries in Orphans' Court matters.
Ed is a fellow, The American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (ACTEC). He was selected by his peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America® since 2006 in the field of trusts and estates, the preeminent referral guide to the legal profession in the United States. He has also been selected for inclusion since 2010 on the Pennsylvania Super Lawyers® list on the basis of peer recognition and professional achievement in the practice area of estate planning and probate. He has been a Certified Financial PlannerT professional since 1998.
Ed authored the chapter, "Private Annuities and Self-Cancelling Installment Notes," in the book, The American Bar Association (ABA) Practical Guide to Estate Planning.
A frequent lecturer, Ed has written numerous articles that have appeared in national tax periodicals and he has served as an adjunct professor in the graduate tax program at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, PA.
He served on active duty in the U. S. Marine Corps and continues to serve in the U.S. Marine Corps reserve in the rank of Colonel. He is a veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
M.S., Tax, American University
J.D., University of Pittsburgh School of Law
B.A., Washington & Jefferson College
Bloomberg Tax Management Portfolios
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