Christopher R. Gray focuses his practice in the areas of estate planning, estate administration, and income tax planning.
In addition, Christopher is experienced in corporate matters, business transactions, non–profit issues, health care governance, elder law, and general litigation. He represents high net-worth clients and their businesses in developing estate, gift, income tax, and succession planning strategies. Chris has also represented clients in merger and acquisition transactions as well as tax-free reorganizations.
Prior to joining Norris McLaughlin, Christopher worked with a financial strategies company advising affluent private clients on business investments, multigenerational estate preservation, and wealth planning.
Christopher is a past officer of the Lehigh Valley Estate Planning Council and currently serves on the Northampton Community College Foundation Board of Directors, where he is also Chair of its Planned Giving Committee.
With 25 years of experience, Christopher frequently makes presentations on tax law and initiatives, estate planning tools and techniques, and asset protection.
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