Greensfelder, Hemker & Gale, P.C. announced that Chambers and Partners has ranked Greensfelder Officers Jennifer Clump Davis and Keith A. Herman in its 2021 Chambers High Net Worth guide. Both are recognized as among the top Missouri attorneys in the area of private wealth law.
Family offices and professional advisors rely upon the Chambers High Net Worth guide for coverage of the top lawyers and law firms for private wealth management work and related areas.
The High Net Worth guide noted of Davis, “Jennifer has the ability to communicate issues in a way that the common man can understand. … Her attention to detail and her client relationships are her strengths.”
In its description of Herman, the Chambers guide noted, “He is very technically skilled and is great at drafting documents to fit the clients’ needs.”
Davis and Herman are members of Greensfelder’s Trusts & Estates practice group. Davis also is co-leader of the firm’s Closely Held Business/Private Client industry group. She works with clients ranging from business owners and multi-generational families to some of the region’s largest financial institutions. Mr. Herman focuses his practice on tax planning, creditor and divorce protection, and estate and trust administration.
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Greensfelder, Hemker & Gale, P.C., founded in 1895, is a full-service law firm with offices in St. Louis, Chicago and Belleville. Greensfelder offers comprehensive legal solutions for clients locally, nationally and internationally. Areas of practice include business services; communications and media; construction; educational, religious and tax-exempt organizations; employee benefits; employment and labor; energy; franchising and distribution; health care; intellectual property; litigation; real estate; securities and financial services; and trusts and estates.