John Meigs concentrates his practice in planning and problem solving for wealthy individuals, their families and property interests, both in the United States and abroad. This includes a substantial amount of work on estate planning and estate and trust administration and on tax aspects of planning for substantial estates and closely held businesses, including the taxation of transfers of interests in those businesses. He is also involved in complex estates litigation, as well as asset protection strategies and techniques. John has significant experience in the problems of nonprofit entities, including service as a director of some of them.
John's international work involves clients in various European countries. In these matters, he works closely with the clients' non-U.S. advisors.