Penn Craver focuses his practice in the areas of taxation and estate planning, with particular emphasis on transferring wealth by high net worth individuals and business owners to a lower generation with less tax and administration costs. Mr. Craver is a lecturer and writer on taxation, estates and trusts. He has been recognized in The Best Lawyers in America® for Trust and Estates Law since 2006 as well as included in North Carolina Super Lawyers. Mr. Craver is AV® rated by Martindale-Hubbell.*
* CV, BV, and AV are registered certification marks of Reed Elsevier Properties Inc., used in accordance with the Martindale-Hubbell certification procedure's standards and policies.
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill J.D. (1966) with honors
Davidson College A.B. (1963) Economics
North Carolina (1966)
North Carolina Bar Association, Tax & Estate/Trust Sections, Member
Forsyth County Bar Association, Member
Winston-Salem Estate Planning Council, Member
UNC School of Law Tax Institute, Member
Wake Forest Planned Giving Council, Member
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