Trusts & Estates Law Attorney Christina M. Lechette joined Flaster Greenberg in early May as an associate in its Business & Corporate Law Department. Lechette is headquartered in the firm’s Philadelphia, PA, office where she focuses her practice on estate administration, and drafting, reviewing, and filing a variety of estate planning documents.
Lechette has more than five years of experience drafting estate planning documents for clients of varying net worth. She has drafted Spousal Lifetime Access Trusts, Grantor Retained Annuity Trusts, Revocable and Irrevocable Trusts, Irrevocable Life Insurance Trusts, Qualified Terminable Interest Property Trusts, Qualified Personal Residence Trusts, Special Needs Trusts, Charitable Trusts, and more.
Lechette has also prepared petitions for Orphans’ Court proceedings, premarital agreements, lease agreements, promissory notes, corporate resolutions, and LLC and partnership formation documents.
In addition, she has reviewed business contracts, real estate agreements, and medical documents related to special needs trusts.
Lechette earned a LL.M in taxation, and a J.D., from Temple University Beasley School of Law. She graduated cum laude from Temple University with a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) with majors in legal studies and risk management and insurance.
About Flaster Greenberg
Flaster Greenberg, a midsize business law firm with offices throughout the Mid-Atlantic and in Florida, has been providing legal services to publicly traded corporations, privately held and family owned businesses, entrepreneurs, and individuals for 50 years. With locations in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Delaware, and Florida, Flaster Greenberg serves a broad range of clients in dozens of industries and practice areas including aviation law, bankruptcy, business & corporate, cannabis, commercial litigation, elder & disability law, environmental, family law, gaming, healthcare, insurance recovery, intellectual property, labor and employment, real estate, taxation and trusts and estates.