Jacqueline Connor has over a decade of experience advising high net worth individuals, families, family offices, and fiduciaries in virtually all aspects of estate and individual tax planning, including asset protection, tax-advantaged transfers of assets, multi-generational gifting, succession planning and charitable giving. She works closely with clients to understand their goals, provide customized strategies, and develop plans for securing and protecting their assets. Jacqueline also advises non-U.S. families making inbound U.S. investments and U.S. families with holdings abroad.
In addition to advising private clients, Jacqueline also has extensive experience advising tax-exempt organizations and other nonprofit entities, particularly in the art world. She has worked with artists, art collectors, private foundations, and exhibitors in an array of art related matters.
Prior to joining Barnes & Thornburg, Jacqueline worked at an AmLaw 10 firm, where her practice concentrated on the areas of tax, private wealth and family offices.