Roy Berg Elected International Fellow of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel
Preserving your wealth is an important part of your legacy. When it comes to trust and estate planning, someone with vast experience and a commitment to US, Canadian, and cross-border law (he’s got the gray hairs and Canada/US pants to prove it), will help set you on the right track. Congratulations to Roy Berg JD, LLM (US TAX), Director of US Tax Law at Moodys Gartner Tax Law, on election as a Fellow of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (ACTEC).
ACTEC is a professional organization of approximately 2,600 lawyers who have demonstrated the highest level of integrity, commitment to the profession, competence, and experience as trust and estate counselors. Individual lawyers are nominated by Fellows of the College and subjected to careful review prior to consideration by the regents of the College. Fellows are selected based on experience, professional reputation and ability in the fields of trusts and estates, and contributions to these fields through lecturing, writing, teaching, and bar activities.
“It’s an immense honor to be inducted into ACTEC and be among the “greats” of American estate and trust planning lawyers,” says Roy Berg. “Designing strategies for estate and trust planning has long been a key component of Moodys Gartner Tax Law’s service, especially related to cross-border matters – which is where we really make a difference.”
Roy has nearly 25 years of experience in IRS tax controversy, cross-border tax matters, estate planning, and finance. Before Moodys Gartner Tax Law, he worked in public accounting, the private practice of law, and as general counsel. Roy is a frequent writer and invited speaker on matters involving Canada-US tax, US international tax matters, IRS tax controversy, and estate planning.