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04/01/16


Steve Widdes Featured in Washingtonian 2016 Top Wealth Advisers List

Related Attorney(s): Steven A. Widdes

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Washingtonian

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Washingtonian magazine has again listed Stein Sperling estates and trusts principal Steve Widdes among Washington, D.C.’s Top Wealth Advisers in its April 2016 edition.

In selecting its list, Washingtonian surveyed hundreds of financial professionals, asking, “Whom would you trust with your own money?” In addition, they researched industry publications and interviewed experts in the financial field. 

Steve is co-chair of Stein Sperling’s estates and trusts department. In profiling him, Washingtonian cited Steve’s extensive knowledge in the estate planning realm, helping clients in "protecting assets for future generations through long-term trusts for children, and pre- and post-nuptial agreements."

Steve has been recognized by the Washingtonian as one of the region’s top estates and trusts lawyers since 2002. He has been included among Washingtonian's Top Wealth Advisors since 2012.


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