Beyond the legal questions, estate planning addresses deeply personal and often challenging subject matters. As an Associate in the Trust and Estate Practice Group, Kyle J. Sylor concentrates his practice on assisting clients as they navigate the difficult decisions that arise from preparing and administering estate plans.
Mr. Sylor has prepared estate plans for clients with various needs and circumstances, including individuals with blended families, individuals who care for family members with special needs, and individuals with non-citizen spouses. He assists clients in creating estate plans that address federal gift and estate tax, generation skipping tax, capital gains tax, and state estate taxes. When it is necessary to ensure consistency in all aspects of an estate plan, Mr. Sylor works closely with a client’s financial advisers and accountants. He drafts a full suite of estate planning documents, including wills, trusts, pre and post martial agreements, cohabitation agreements, health care powers of attorney, and financial powers of attorney.
In addition to representing clients in trust and estate matters, Mr. Sylor has represented a District of Columbia licensed medical cannabis facility. With a primary focus on compliance, Kyle served as a liaison between the facility managers, the District of Columbia Department of Health, accountants, investors, and financial institutions.
Prior to joining Jackson and Campbell, P.C., Kyle spent five years working as an estate planning attorney at the Weidenfeld Law Firm in the District of Columbia. Mr. Sylor graduated from Syracuse University College of Law with a J.D. in 2012 and from Keuka College with a B.S. in Management in 2007.