Jeanne Saffan has extensive experience providing legal counsel to individuals, families, organizations, and business owners focusing on wealth preservation and the transfer of assets to future generations and charitable organizations.
Jeanne assists her clients in the preparation of estate plans including wills, revocable and irrevocable trusts, special needs trusts, powers of attorney and guardianships. Jeanne also assists her clients in the formation and governance of business entities and the creation of business succession plans that minimize taxes and achieve the client’s estate planning goals.
Jeanne's experience includes estate planning, estate and trust administration, guardianships, business entity formation and management, real estate transfers, management of family real estate, transfers of business interests, contracts, and deferred compensation plans. Jeanne advises clients on general employment matters and regularly conducts workplace investigations for both private and public employers.
Jeanne is admitted to practice in New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and New York. Her memberships include the New Hampshire Bar Association and she served as past chair of the Trusts and Estates Section, the New Hampshire Estate Planning Council, the Massachusetts Bar Association, the Probate and Property Section of the American Bar Association, the New Hampshire Women’s Bar Association, the Society of Human Resource Management, and the Association of Workplace Investigators.