​Harley M. Sacks, Attorney at Law

An estate plan should give you the peace of mind that you have responsibly addressed the needs of your family. A well-drawn estate plan should also anticipate the changing circumstances that may occur during your lifetime.

An estate plan should be reviewed periodically to address changes in the law, taxes, deaths, fortunes, and anything that might alter the decisions you have made. 


Attorney Harley M. Sacks Bio Includes:

​Bar Admissions To:
* North Carolina
* Massachusetts
* New York
* United States Supreme Court
* U.S. First Circuit Court of Appeals
* U.S. District Court for Massachusetts


Education:
* Juris Doctor, Suffolk University, Boston, MA 
* B.S., Accounting, Bentley College of Accounting & Finance, Boston, MA
* Executive Certificate, University of North Carolina Wilmington, Cameron School of Business,         Wilmington, NC


Professional & Community Activities:
* Clarke School for the Deaf (Massachusetts, New York, Pennsylvania, & Florida),                           former Chairman of the Board and Trustee & Member of the National Development Council
* UNCW-Cameron School of Business, Executive Network, Mentor
* North Carolina World Trade Association, Cape Fear Chapter, Member & former Board of               Directors
* Investor's Round Table, Wilmington, NC, Member & Former Governor
* Rotary, Wilmington, NC
* Rotary, Northampton, MA, Past President, Director, & Member
* Children's Aid & Family Services, Northampton, MA, former Director & VP
* American Cancer Society, Northampton, MA, former Chapter Director
* American Red Cross, Northampton, MA, former Director


Professional Associations & Memberships:
* Massachusetts Real Estate Bar Association, former Director & Member
* Pioneer Valley Estate Planning Council, former President, Trustee, & Member


Awards:
* Paul Harris Fellow from Rotary International 

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MISSION: TO ASSIST INDIVIDUALS AT ALL ECONOMIC LEVELS TO ACHIEVE AN ESTATE PLAN THAT:

* Minimizes Federal and North Carolina as well as other states' death taxes
* Recognizes the needs, desires, & limitations of the family members
* Limits estate settlement fees including the attorney, executor, and trustee
* Easy to administer
* Comfortable to live with​

* Is affordable