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ElizabethGreenCongratulations to Pessin Katz Law, P.A. (PK Law) Estate Planning and Probate Attorney Elizabeth Green for being named one of The Maryland Daily Record’s Top 100 Women.  Maryland’s Top 100 Women recognizes high-achieving Maryland women who are making an impact through their leadership, community service and mentoring.  Winners are selected by past Top 100 Women and business leaders.

Elizabeth Green is a Member in PK Law’s Wealth Preservation Department. She advises individuals and families on basic to sophisticated estate planning.  She works closely with her clients in preparing the necessary documents including wills, powers of attorney, healthcare directives and various forms of trusts to ensure her clients’ estate planning needs and wishes are achieved. Her depth of knowledge in estate planning, tax and charitable planning combined with the compassion she extends is greatly appreciated by her clients who are often in crisis and in desperate need of guidance.  Ms. Green has assisted many clients in addressing the unique issues surrounding disabled and elderly family members; the difficult process of handling the affairs of a deceased family member or close friend; and business owners with succession planning, mergers and acquisitions, financing and day-to-day business concerns.

A graduate of The Bryn Mawr School for Girls in Baltimore, Ms. Green received her B.A. from University of Pennsylvania in 1994. In 1997, she received her Juris Doctorate from George Washington University Law School. After receiving her law degree, Ms. Green served as law clerk to the Honorable Robert I. H. Hammerman, then Chief Judge of the Baltimore City Circuit Court.

Ms. Green is particularly deserving of this distinguished Top 100 award based on her significant involvement in numerous civic organizations. She currently works on planned giving with several institutions in Baltimore, including the Baltimore Washington Medical Center and the Kennedy Krieger Institute; serves on the steering committee of the Planned Giving Roundtable of The Associated and as co-chair of the Associated’s Jewish Professional Women; and is a member of the Board of Trustees of both the Baltimore Jewish Council and Bnos Yisroel of Baltimore. She is also a member of the Baltimore Estate Planning Council, Board Member of the Children’s Scholarship Fund of Baltimore and was appointed by Governor Hogan to serve on Maryland’s BOOST (Broadening Opportunities and Options for Students Today) Advisory Board.