Beth Pierce

Elizabeth “Beth” Pierce

Paralegal

Beth has over twenty years experience in trusts and estate planning and administration, having worked at two large firms in Providence before joining Whelan Corrente & Flanders. Beth’s practice focuses on drafting estate plan documents, real estate conveyancing and trust funding. Beth also assists with residential real estate transactions and related property transfer documents, as well as with corporate matters, with emphasis on entity formation, Secretary of State and Internal Revenue Service filings and maintaining entity status and compliance.

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WORK EXPERIENCE

  • WHELAN, CORRENTE & FLANDERS, LLP
    Position (Year – Present)
  • FORMER EMPLOYER/FIRM
    Partner (year – year)

SPECIAL HONORS

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  • 2019 Super Lawyers Top Attorney in Business Litigation
  • 2019 “Lawyer of the Year” award recipient for “Bet the Company Litigator in Providence”

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