Ann Molloy advises individuals, families and fiduciaries on estate planning, asset preservation, and inter-generational wealth transfer. Her practice also includes business succession planning; income, gift, and estate tax planning as well as charitable giving. Individuals, couples and families appreciate Ann’s thoughtful approach to crafting estate plans that protect their assets while achieving future goals and objectives. In particular, Ann is a trusted resource to families confronting the challenges of financing care for a disabled or elderly loved one. Ann also serves as an advisor to people serving as personal representatives, executors, and trustees in the administration of probate estates, revocable and irrevocable trusts, and private foundations and other charitable entities. Driven to help clients resolve diverse and challenging problems, Ann is deeply committed to helping people find the best possible solution for their scenarios.
Ann is also experienced counseling clients in all aspects of estate and gift tax planning. She has a particular focus in asset protection planning, Medicaid planning, special needs trusts, and guardianship and conservatorship law. Ann’s clients also turn to her expertise for estate and trust administration, including the preparation of estate tax returns and fiduciary income tax returns for trusts and estates.
Ann joined Mountain Dearborn in 1989. Before becoming a lawyer, she crafted her love for writing and editing as a college student studying Latin and Greek. To this day, she credits translating text from ancient languages as “good preparation for the challenges of the tax code.”