Sharrow, LL.M. (Tax)

Lorni Sharrow, LL.M. (Tax)

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A fifth-generation Coloradan, Lorni is passionate about family and legacy. She brings this perspective to her work as a trust and estate attorney and as a mediator. To achieve smooth succession for future generations, Lorni guides business owners, family offices, individuals, and married or partnered couples using estate planning tools, charitable vehicles, and business strategies to facilitate wealth preservation and values transfer. In estate administration, Lorni serves her clients efficiently and effectively through the process of implementing their loved one’s intent.

Representative Matters

Estate Planning: In order to serve personal goals and protect assets, Lorni works with clients to select trustworthy people and give them the necessary authority to manage the clients' affairs when they are unable to do so themselves. Lorni works with clients to design and accomplish clients' charitable goals with tax efficiency and straightforward administration.

Estate Administration: Lorni works with Personal Representatives, Trustees, and other fiduciaries to navigate their responsibilities. Lorni has worked with many families resulting from second marriages to ensure the parent’s and stepparent’s goals are achieved. Estate and trust administration is a minefield of people, assets, liabilities, pitfalls, and opportunities. Lorni helps bring calm to this chaos.

Publications and Articles

What’s So Scary About Estate Planning?
Moye White Blog, October 2021

Proposed Changes to the Federal Tax Law and Their Potential Impact on Existing Estate Plans
Moye White Blog, October 2021

Love Found Later in Life
Law Week Colorado Estate Planning Issue, June 2014

Estate Planning For Mineral Rights
Law Week Colorado, June 2013

Speaking Engagements and Presentations

Guest Speaker
Live on the Radio June 8th: Power of Attorney Podcast
No Copay Radio, June 2019