Lagerlof LLP Partner, Vanessa Terzian, Named Los Angeles Business Journal’s Women’s Leadership Symposium Nominee
PASADENA, CA – Lagerlof, LLP’s, Vanessa Terzian, was honored as a nominee at the Los Angeles Business Journal’s Women’s Leadership Symposium & Awards event held on Wednesday June 28 at the Intercontinental Los Angeles Downtown.
Vanessa was nominated as an Executive of the Year 2023. The symposium was an event that brought together the top businesswomen in Los Angeles to honor them for being women who have successfully blended effective business vision with a passionate commitment to positively making a difference, both in the world of business and in the communities they serve.
Vanessa has helped countless families through her expertise in estate and tax planning, probate, and trust administration. What sets Vanessa apart is her understanding of the needs of growing families, her ability to relate to working parents who desire a better life for themselves and their families, and her know-how in implementing strategic estate-planning tools in the most cost-efficient and seamless manner. Vanessa also draws on her real estate and business background in crafting comprehensive plans for her clients.
In addition, Vanessa is a skilled public speaker, having conducted countless seminars throughout her legal career on various estate-planning topics, including kids’ protection planning, special needs planning, Medi-Cal planning, advanced tax planning, and asset protection for individuals and small businesses. Vanessa is a faculty member at the Institute for Preparing Heirs®.
Outside of Vanessa’s attorney practice, she is an active member of the La Cañada Flintridge community. She is a board director of the La Cañada Education Foundation and participates in a number of charitable organizations. Vanessa has successfully raised thousands of dollars for a variety of charitable causes through fundraising campaigns, which include frequent community-based public speaking events, charitable dinners, and personal contributions.