Anne Grae is an associate with the Trusts & Estates/Private Client group.
Her practice focuses on advising individuals, institutional fiduciaries, private wealth managers, and their counsel on matters involving Delaware trusts and estates.
Anne Grae is a member of the Delaware State Bar Association’s Estates and Trusts Section. She serves as contributor on Delaware law developments to Thomson Reuters’ Practical Law guide on Estate Tax.
While in law school, Anne Grae served as managing editor of the Federal Communications Law Journal. At law school graduation, she was recognized as a Thurgood Marshall Scholar.
She has volunteered as a student attorney with the GW Family Justice Litigation Clinic and served as a leadership fellow with the DC Bar Family Law Committee. Prior to law school, she gained legal industry experience working as a paralegal and completed a legal internship with the Superior Court of Delaware.
News & Insights
- Client Alert, 09.07.2023
Trust Act 2023 includes amendments to Delaware’s “APT Act” and statutes concerning spendthrift, disposition of marital property, change of situs, place of administration, designated representatives, and PPLI premiums.
- Article, Delaware Banker Magazine, 05.30.2023
The Corporate Transparency Act (the “CTA”) was passed in Fiscal Year 2021. Starting January 1, 2024, reporting companies will have disclosure obligations. Members of the trust industry and their advisors will be monitoring developments closely for additional guidance regarding CTA application in unique circumstances.
- Firm News, 12.14.2022
Ten Morris Nichols lawyers have been admitted to the Delaware bar today.
Professional & Civic
American Bar Association
Delaware Estate Planning Council
Delaware State Bar Association (Estates and Trust Law Section)
Thomson Reuters’ Practical Law (Delaware Estate Tax Contributor)
George Washington University Law School, JD, 2022
University of Delaware, BA, English: professional writing, minor in French and Spanish, phi beta kappa, 2017
- Delaware, 2022