Estate, trust, tax planning, Boston Attorneys, Broude & Hochberg LLP


Jeffrey D. Hutchins is a Member of the firm and concentrates in the areas of estate planning, trust and estate administration and taxation. Mr. Hutchins advises clients, typically individuals and fiduciaries, on estate administration matters, including probate of wills, settling of estates, estate and gift tax issues and individual and fiduciary income tax matters. Through his estate planning and administration for clients, Mr. Hutchins has established and currently represents private foundations and public charities that qualify as 501(c)(3) organizations which are exempt from income taxation. Mr. Hutchins also represents clients in connection with estate tax audits and will contest cases. Mr. Hutchins graduated from the University of Massachusetts, where he received his Bachelor of Arts Degree, magna cum laude; Rutgers University School of Law where he received his Juris Doctor (JD); and New York University School of Law Graduate Tax Program where he received his Masters in Taxation (LLM).
Mr. Hutchins was admitted to the Pennsylvania bar in 1977, the U.S. Tax Court in 1984, the Massachusetts bar in 1986 and was admitted to practice before the U.S. District Court, District of Massachusetts in 1987.

While at Rutgers University School of Law, Mr. Hutchins was Associate Editor of the Rutgers Law Journal, were he authored the Student Note, “Combining a Spin-Off With an ‘A' Reorganization: Problems and Proposals” 8 Rutgers L.J. 137 (1976), which was digested in the Monthly Digest of Tax Articles; and later cited in Bernard Wolfman’s casebook, Federal Income Taxation of Business Enterprise, Second Edition.  He is also the author of “What Exactly is a Loan Participation?” 9 Rutgers L.J. 447 (1978), one of the leading articles on the subject of loan participation agreements, having been cited by the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals in two opinions, the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals (Posner, J.), the Oklahoma Supreme Court, various state appellate courts and Federal District Courts, and several reported decisions of the US Bankruptcy Court.

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