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Partner Protection Attorney, author of Estate Planning for Domestic Partners, and Chairman of The National Institute for Domestic Partner Estate Planning.

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Jeffrey G. Marsocci
Senior Attorney of The Law Offices of Jeffrey G. Marsocci, PLLC
Founder and Chairman of The National Institute for Domestic Partner Estate Planning, LLC
Founder and Manager of Partners Practice Development Consulting, LLC

Jeffrey G. Marsocci was born in Fort Worth, Texas but was raised in Lincoln, Rhode Island and graduated from Mount Saint Charles Academy High School. He graduated from Hofstra University with an undergraduate degree in Business, and two years later earned his law degree from the same school. He also earned a Certificate Degree in Non-Profit Management from Duke University in 2004, and has earned his Legal Master of Estate Preservation designation from the Abts Institute for Estate Preservation. Mr. Marsocci also serves as a member of the Legal Council for The Estate Plan, a nationally recognized estate preservation company headed by Henry Abts, trust guru and author of The Living Trust.

Jeff has been practicing law in his own firm in Raleigh since 1996, and his practice focuses on the areas of Wills, Trusts and Life & Estate Planning with a concentration in assisting domestic partners and other unmarried couples. He is also the founder and chairman of The National Institute for Domestic Partner Estate Planning, LLC.

Mr. Marsocci can be reached at 919-844-7993 or at nclawyer@earthlink.net, or you can visit the firm on the web at www.livingtrustlawfirm.com and www.rainbowlegaltalk.com. Confidential partner planning reviews are free for workshop attendees or people who are referred for an appointment by professionals. Practice development consulting is available to attorneys and financial advisors interested in assisting domestic partners and other unmarried couples achieve their life planning goals.

Interests

working with local, regional and international volunteer organizations to promote equality, economic security, and stronger communities; and helping circle k college student volunteers become more effective leaders and organizers.