J. Patrick Ronan
“Estate Planning and Probate: Five Tools” Learn the aspects of administering the estate of a deceased person, including wills, trusts, financial durable power of attorney, health care power of attorney, federal and state gift taxes, federal estate taxes, living will, marital property law and elder law. J. Patrick Ronan is a graduate of Marquette University and has his law degree from the University of Wisconsin. He has served as an estate and gift tax attorney for the Internal Revenue Service and trust administrator for M&I Trust Company. Ronan has published articles in “Taxation for Lawyers,” “Indiana Bar Journal,” the “Milwaukee Lawyer” and “Wisconsin Bar Bulletin.” He has lectured at Cardinal Stritch, Marquette University Law School, Milwaukee Bar Association and State Bar of Wisconsin. Ronan concentrates his practice in areas of taxation, estate planning, wills, probate, trusts and elder care.