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Nicole L. Sultani

Nicole L. Sultani

Attorney

Nicole represents a broad array of clients including individuals, business owners, and nonprofit entities in an extensive variety of business and tax matters. Her practice focuses on federal tax planning, business succession, estate planning, nonprofit governance and charitable giving, employee benefits and executive compensation, and probate and trust administration.


Nicole works closely with clients to provide strategic and pragmatic counsel in all aspects of estate and business planning. Having been raised in a family business (Nicole’s family owned and operated Petrow’s Restaurant in Omaha for over 70 years), Nicole is passionate about working with business owners and implementing strategic planning strategies to preserve family legacies and minimize tax consequences.

Education
  • University of Minnesota Law School (J.D., 2021)
  • Creighton University (B.A., Summa Cum Laude, 2018)
Admissions
  • Nebraska (2021: Sustaining Member)
  • Iowa (2022)
10/28/2022

PRACTICE GROUP SPOTLIGHT: Employee Benefits and ERISA

 


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08/19/2022

PRACTICE GROUP SPOTLIGHT: Tax, Trusts and Estates

 


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Publications

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06/20/2024

Corporate Transparency Act: Considerations For Trusts And Trustees

The Corporate Transparency Act (the “Act”) was enacted in 2021 as part of the National Defense Authorization Act to create transparency in business entity ownership and prevent illegal business activity. The Act was passed on January 1, 2021, and final rules were promulgated on September 30, 2022. The reporting requirements are effective January 1, 2024.  


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03/01/2023

Planning Opportunities With Grantor Trusts

For tax professionals, a new year means more than new resolutions. The 2023 updated estate, gift and generation-skipping transfer (GST) transfer tax exemptions represent new wealth and estate planning opportunities for clients. The federal estate, gift and GST exemption amounts have increased this year to $12,920,000 per person (an $860,000 increase from 2022). Particularly considering these amounts are scheduled to decrease by half in 2026, the time is ripe for many clients to consider how best to utilize their exemptions before they lose them.  


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  • Nebraska State Bar Association
  • American Bar Association
  • Dean’s Elite Scholar: University of Minnesota Law School
  •  Managing Editor Journal of Law, Science and Technology: University of Minnesota Law School
  • Phi Beta Kappa: Creighton University
  • Dean’s Fellows Program: Creighton University
  • Leo Vincent Jacks Scholar of Classical Languages: Creighton University
  • Order of Omega: Creighton University