The Jean Philippe law firm is a boutique law firm with offices in New York City and Atlanta, Georgia, that specializes in heling you to plan for your business and loved ones to ensure a smooth and hassle-free transfer of your assets to your loved ones, make sure your estate doesn’t go into probate and protect your loved ones from going through the burden of paying excessive estate taxes.
We provide a holistic approach towards protecting your interests and customize each plan to cater to your needs and wishes. The services we offer include estate planning, asset protection planning, business succession planning, life and legacy planning, business formation and planning, estate tax protection and trust administration. We also offer legal representation in No-Fault litigation and Personal Injury matters.
Naomie Jean-Philippe focuses on empowering business owners and families to grow their wealth confidently by helping them to plan for the passing of their wealth and legacy. She carefully guides you through the legal and financial considerations and decisions to create a plan that will accomplish your personal goals and that will protect you and your family when you need it most. Her legal expertise includes planning strategies for young families, married and unmarried couples, blended families, single parents, business owners, pet owners and gun owners. Whether this is your first time creating an estate plan or you are looking to update your existing plan, Naomie will work closely with you to create a plan that allows you peace of mind in knowing your family will be well taken care of.
Naomie graduated with national honors from the University of Old Westbury where she received her received her degree in Politics, Economics and Law. She then attended Maurice A. Deane’s School of Law at Hofstra University and received a Public Service award for her pro bono work within the community. She then went on to serve as counsel with several New York City firms as a trial attorney where she saw firsthand the effect of the court process on individuals, families and businesses. Naomie later trained with the Family Wealth Institute, a national organization of estate planning attorneys who focus on the design of sophisticated planning techniques for families and businesses.
Naomie is extremely passionate about helping to preserve family wealth and protecting small businesses. She enjoys educating her community on how to build and preserve wealth and helping young families and professionals create a secure future.
When she is not serving her community, she likes to spend her time with her family and her dog, Bruce.
Welcome! If you are here because you are making the decision to invest in your future, then you are in the right place. Planning for your future is the best investment you can make in yourself and in your family. Whether you are a parent, a homeowner, a business owner or you have been thinking of starting your business, it is important to make sure that you have a plan for success. That means figuring out the details of what will happen before it happens.
Make yourself at home on our website. If you are unfamiliar with estate planning, take a look at our blog and FAQs as this well better help you understand some of the terminology that you may be unfamiliar with.
If you have any experience with losing a loved one or a loved one becoming unable to care for themselves, whether it be temporarily or permanently or, then you are probably are aware that these situations can cause stress and conflict among loved ones. What if I told you that it did not have to be that way? Preparing these details now can save you and your family time, stress and money in the event something were to happen to you.
How do I know this? Because I have experienced it. I have seen firsthand how failing to appoint a guardian for your kids can mean that they are left in the care of strangers or with someone you did not wish to care for them. I have seen firsthand how assets can be lost to the state department of unclaimed funds because so many people do not know the value of their own assets, they fail to plan for it or in some cases they completely forget about their own belongings. I have seen families fight and in some cases are even torn apart because they failed to plan properly or fail to notify those named in their plans of their intentions. I have even seen plans fail because parents are unaware of the consequences of naming a minor as a beneficiary. I have seen businesses get sold or fall apart by failing to create a succession plan sometimes because we simply don’t know the value of our business.
If you are here and are trying to determine whether we are the right fit for you, ask yourself, what would happen if I did not make it home to my kids tonight? Who would care for them? Who would step up and care for your pets? What would happen to your business, you clients or customers?
You don’t have to figure it out on your own. Let us support you in making the best decisions possible for your family and for your business.