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Rita E. Luce has over twenty years of estate planning experience, counseling individuals and families on all aspects of estate planning, including implementing gift and estate tax reduction strategies, creating lifetime and testamentary asset transfers, planning for family and closely held businesses, utilizing trusts for control and creditor protection, and creating and administrating charitable organizations. Rita also represents executors and trustees in the administration of estates and trusts.
Rita is rated AV (highest) by Martindale-Hubell, and is included in Bar Register of Preeminent Women Lawyers (top 5%).
Speeches: Numerous speeches and presentations to bar association groups, continuing legal education programs, law schools, financial planners, brokers, social clubs.
Chicago Kent College of Law, graduated with Honors, member of law review, recipient of American Jurisprudence and Chicago Kent Class Awards., J.D., cum laude
Michigan State University, B.S.
Illinois Supreme Court
Chicago Bar Association
The 401(k)s and IRAs are commonplace. They are simple to establish and many clients have them. And while most account-opening forms are understandable and seem innocuous, naming the beneficiaries of retirement accounts is often not straightforward.