Nina Stryker is a Course Planner for PBI’s Estate Law Institute 2020
Obermayer partner Nina Stryker is one of the course planners for the Pennsylvania Bar Institute’s 27th annual Estate Law Institute 2020, which will be held virtually on November 5-6, 2020. Attendees will learn innovative concepts, current trends, and legal updates from top estate planning professionals.
Nina leads Obermayer’s Trusts and Estates group. Her practice is devoted exclusively to estate and trust law, with an emphasis on estate related litigation. She routinely appears in the Orphans’ Court for audit of executors’ and trustees’ accounts, petitions for guardianship, petitions for allowance of principal for guardianship matters, petitions for designation or removal of executors and trustees, and surcharge of fiduciaries.
Nina serves as State Chair of Pennsylvania for the Fellow of the American College of Trust and Estates Counsel (ACTEC). Nina is a former Chair of the Philadelphia County Bar Association Probate Section Executive Committee, an elected position. She is a member of (and former Chair of) the Register of Wills and Orphans’ Court Rules Committee of the Philadelphia County Probate Section of the Bar, and a member of the Philadelphia County Estate Planning Council. In January 2017, Nina was awarded the Distinguished Estate Planner Award for 2016 from the Philadelphia Estate Planning Council.
Nina serves on the planning committee of the Estate Law Institute and frequently lectures on topics concerning estate and trust administration, and has served as course planner for the Pennsylvania Bar Institute (PBI) programs on the Fundamentals of Estate Administration and Fiduciary Income Taxation. In addition, she was also the editor for a chapter on Tax Planning for the PBI Press publication entitled “Estate Planning in Pennsylvania (Revised 2012 edition).”