Kenneth Grinnell is of counsel in the firm's Individual Clients department. Kenneth has decades of experience advising clients on estate planning and administration, charitable giving and tax-exempt matters. His principal areas of practice are estate planning, estate and trust administration and related tax planning, including planning for business owners and international tax planning. He has extensive experience advising individuals and families in connection with international estate planning, including offshore trusts and corporations.
Kenneth has more than 20 years of experience in charitable planned giving, dealing with a broad range of outright and deferred gifts by individuals to organizations and foundations. He also represents foundations and other tax-exempt entities in connection with initial organizational matters, grantmaking, compliance with federal and state tax laws and fiduciary responsibility.
Kenneth is a frequent lecturer for Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Inc. and served on their curriculum committee. He gave programs for attorneys and accountants relating to estate and tax planning, and charitable planned giving, including various forms of wealth transfer and business succession planning.
Selected to the list of Massachusetts Super Lawyers (Thomson Reuters), Estate Planning and Probate, 2004-2013, 2015-2016
Chosen for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America, Trusts and Estates, 2011-2017
Concord Country Club, President, 1988-2001
Acton Board of Appeals, 1980-1988