[VIRTUAL] Planning for Your Future

Date: April 23, 2021
Time: 11:45 am - 12:45 pm

We all know that estate planning is important, and yet it’s hard to know where to begin. Join us for a conversation with Randi Grassgreen and Marianne Luu-Chen from Hutchinson Black and Cook, LLC for practical advice and strategies on getting started. This program will be geared specifically toward young families.

Randi M. Grassgreen has provided counsel in the areas of sophisticated estate, wealth transfer, income tax, and philanthropic planning to high net worth individuals and entrepreneurs over the past 25 years, currently at Hutchinson Black & Cook (HBC) in Boulder. Randi complements her legal practice by working with high-net-worth families to sustain family wealth across generations and amplify impact through family governance best practices, next-generation education, and by serving in various advisory roles within their family structures. For the 12 years prior to joining HBC, Randi was a shareholder and Managing Director of Family Wealth Planning of Crestone Capital, a multi-family office headquartered in Boulder, and continues advising those families today. Prior to that, she was a partner at a boutique Denver-based estate and tax planning firm. Randi has taught several courses at the University of Colorado School of Law as an adjunct professor (2008 to present), most recently the Estate & Gift Tax Planning course. She earned her undergraduate degree and Master of Taxation at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and her Juris Doctor from the University of Colorado.

Marianne Luu-Chen has been with Hutchinson Black and Cook since 2020. She provides counsel on estate planning, probate and trust administration, premarital and marital agreements, administration of uncontested guardianships and conservatorships, and estate, gift, and income tax planning for individuals and families. While in law school, Marianne worked with the Honorable Elizabeth D. Leith at the Denver Probate Court, the Indiana Legislative Services Agency, the Office of the Colorado Attorney General, the Honorable Christopher C. Cross of the 18th Judicial District of Colorado, and Ingersoll Rand Inc. She was the research assistant to Professor Frank Sullivan, Jr. and Professor Carrie Hagan. Prior to entering the practice of law, Marianne was a business consultant based out of Singapore, owned a business in Indiana, and worked for the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Science, Space, and Technology.

Friday, April 23 | 11:45 am - 12:45 pm | FREE