The Need for Estate and Charitable Planning is Now
Jones Foster's Private Client Services Group Chairman, attorney Thornton M. "Tim" Henry, has co-authored The Need for Estate and Charitable Planning is Now with Richard S. Bernstein, CEO of Richard S. Bernstein & Associates Inc. in West Palm Beach.
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Tim Henry, a shareholder, practices in the areas of charitable giving, taxation, estate planning, and trust and estate administration and is Board Certified in Taxation by The Florida Bar. He was a member of the Executive Council of the Tax Section of The Florida Bar for over 15 years and Chairman of the Palm Beach County Bar Association’s Probate and Practice Committee from 1984 - 2002. Mr. Henry has been listed by Worth Magazine as one of the nation's Top 100 Attorneys; as a Florida Super Lawyer by Law & Politics Florida Super Lawyers Magazine; in the Best Lawyers in America for over 20 years; as a Top Lawyer by South Florida Legal Guide; and has been selected as a Leading Florida Attorney. He also is designated as an Accredited Estate Planner by the National Association of Estate Planners and councils.
Mr. Henry has lectured at estate planning seminars for professionals for The Florida Bar, Practicing Law Institute and the National Business Institute. He is also a frequent public lecturer on topics dealing with taxation, charitable giving and estate planning and administration.
Mr. Henry's clients include private families, closely-held businesses, public and private charities and individual and corporate fiduciaries. He devotes his time to organizations such as the East Coast Estate Planning Council and the Palm Beach Planned Giving Council, and to charitable organizations such as the West Palm Beach Kiwanis Club and Foundation, Alzheimers Community Care, Community Foundation for Palm Beach and Martin Counties, Rehabilitation Center for Children and Adults in Palm Beach, The Order of St. John of Jerusalem, Memorial Presbyterian Church, Robert and Deborah Jacobson Foundation and the Vincent E. Jay Foundation for each of which he has served as Chairman, President, Vice Chairman and/or also Board Member or Trustee. Mr. Henry has also served on many advisory boards for other organizations such as the Norton Museum, Palm Healthcare Foundation, The Place of Hope and the Village of Hope and Scripps (Florida). He has also taken time to lead twenty-eight mission trips overseas and in Florida and has published two books of photography and research on Bermuda and Virginia.