Beth Acevedo applies a broad background in estate planning, estate and trust administration and tax law to develop customized, multi-generational estate plans for high net worth individuals and families. Through the careful crafting of trusts, wills, powers of attorney and health care directives, Beth identifies and addresses potential conflicts before they occur while maintaining the clients’ interpersonal and wealth transfer goals. Beth’s compassionate and detailed approach to estate and trust administration matters brings beneficiaries and fiduciaries peace of mind during what can be an emotionally stressful time.
Beth has an Executive LL.M. in Taxation from New York University. While in law school, Beth served as Note and Comment Editor on the Buffalo Law Review, and as Submissions Editor for the Buffalo Public Interest Law Journal.
The firm is pleased to announce that Elizabeth Avecedo will be a featured panelist at the California Lawyers Association (CLA) Virtual Annual Meeting. Elizabeth’s panel,...Read more
Weinstock Manion is pleased to announce that Elizabeth Acevedo, Krista Hartwell, Maggie Mouradian, Rochelle Schultz, and Andrew Smith have been selected as “Super Lawyers” Rising...Read more
Weinstock Manion is pleased to announce that Elizabeth Acevedo, Maggie Mouradian, Rochelle Schultz, and Andrew Smith have been selected as Super Lawyer “Rising Stars” for...Read more
The firm is pleased to announce that Elizabeth G. Acevedo has been named a shareholder of the firm, effective February 1, 2020. Beth applies a...Read more
Beth Acevedo’s article “Basquiat Sale Spurs Another Contentious Family Lawsuit” was published in WealthManagement on June 20, 2018. The piece discusses the legal dispute amongst the family...Read more
Beth Acevedo’s article “Battle Over Muddy Waters’ Estate Rages On 35 Years After His Death” was published in Wealth Management on May 2, 2018. The piece discusses...Read more