Jennifer Noble, a longtime estate planning and estate administration attorney, has joined the business law firm Connors Morgan PLLC in Greensboro.
“After working in my own practice for many years, I am excited to join the vibrant group of attorneys at Connors Morgan,” Noble said. “There is a synergy in the office, because we all are focused on one goal – really listening to our clients and providing focused legal services to businesses and individuals.”
Connors Morgan, founded in 2005, provides services across the spectrum of business law, including business formation, business litigation, employment law and healthcare law, as well as estate and family law. With the addition of Noble, the firm includes seven attorneys.
Noble offers complete estate planning services, including preparation of wills, revocable trusts, special needs trusts, and healthcare and general powers of attorney. She also offers services in estate and trust administration and guardianship.
She frequently assists business owners, who may have special needs for succession planning, but also works with individuals – ranging from young parents with children to older individuals with complex estates.
“I enjoy spending time with my clients to ensure that I understand their goals, whether they’re concerned about protecting their business assets or want to make sure that their children are provided for after their death,” she said. “I love putting people at ease while talking about topics they find stressful.”
After receiving an undergraduate degree from the College of William & Mary, Noble went on to earn a law degree from Northwestern University School of Law. She practiced with the trusts and estates group at Sidley Austin LLP in Chicago for two years before moving to Greensboro, where she joined Brooks, Pierce, McLendon, Humphrey & Leonard LLP. Prior to joining Connors Morgan, she had operated her own estate planning law practice for seven years.