Kaitlyn C. Sapp, a Day Pitney Trusts and Estates attorney, was named to the "Up & Coming Lawyers" list by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly, as part of their Excellence in the Law program. Sapp, along with the other honorees, received her award at an event last night at the Revere Hotel in Boston.
Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly describes the "Up & Coming Lawyers" award as a salute to the rising stars of the Massachusetts Bar. Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly honors attorneys who have been practicing and admitted in the Massachusetts Bar for 10 years or less, yet have already distinguished themselves in the practice of law. Excellence in the Law honorees, including the "Up & Coming Lawyers," are selected by a panel of judges composed of members of the editorial and leadership team at Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly. Nominations, applications, and letters of recommendation are evaluated for a track record of professional accomplishments, bar leadership, community service, pro bono work and mentoring. For more information on the award and their methodology, click here.
Sapp counsels individuals and families on all aspects of tax and estate planning. Her practice includes estate, gift and income tax planning, as well as planning for families with children with disabilities. Sapp prepares full estate plans, including wills, revocable trusts, irrevocable trusts, special needs trusts, advance directives and powers of attorney. She has experience assisting clients with trust and estate administration, while counseling families through probate and tax concerns. Sapp also prepares estate and gift tax returns and handles guardianship matters.
Sapp is a member of the Boston Bar Association Trusts and Estates Section's Tax Law Updates Committee, Massachusetts Black Women Attorneys and the Special Needs Alliance. She earned her B.S., with honors, from the University of Connecticut and her J.D. from Boston University School of Law. She is admitted to practice in Massachusetts and Rhode Island.
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