At its annual holiday dinner and Hall of Fame Award Presentation, members of the Estate Planning Society of Kansas City inducted Elvin Knight into its Hall of Fame. All inductees must have at least 40 years of experience in the estate planning field and make significant contributions to the local estate planning community through leadership, educational activities and mentoring.
Elvin’s legal practice focuses on identifying and solving complex tax problems, as he leads his clients through the process of transferring family corporations from one generation to the next. He is also a frequent lecturer on estate planning programs for The Missouri Bar and other professional organizations. In addition, Elvin is a long time member of the Estate Planning Society of Kansas City, a fellow in the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel, and a former chair of the Federal Estate Planning Symposium, Heart of America Tax Institute, and Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association Tax Committee.
The Estate Planning Society of Kansas City is an educational organization encompassing six groups whose practices involve estate planning: accounting, financial planning, legal, life insurance, nonprofit and trust.