About the Author

Blair Talty

Vice President and National Director, Fiduciary Planning

As part of the Emerald Advisory ServicesTM team, Blair serves as national director of Fiduciary Planning and heads the wealth strategies analyst team. He provides strategic and holistic wealth planning advice to high-net-worth individuals, successful entrepreneurs, executives, and their families.

Blair has over 20 years of experience in advising clients as a practicing trusts and estates attorney and as a wealth planning advisor. Prior to joining Wilmington Trust, Blair served as a vice president and senior wealth planner at PNC and practiced law in the trusts and estates practice groups at Brown & Connery, and Morgan Lewis law firms.

Blair holds a law degree from Rutgers School of Law and a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from Rutgers University.

He is active in his local community, serving on the professional advisors committee of the Community Foundation of South Jersey, and is a past member of the board of trustees for the United Way of Camden County (now a part of United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey). Blair also coaches youth sports in his community.


By the Author

Cares Act: Cut to the Chase

Blair Talty |
Wealth Planning
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Actionable insights to help you get the most from CARES Act tax relief efforts.The passage of the CARES Act brings much needed tax relief to individuals, families and businesses.Personal income tax provisions include financial relief measures, charitable giving incentives, and access to cash flow.Business tax provisions have been enacted to allow businesses to obtain liquidity and maintain working cash flow to retain and pay employees.

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Four Divorce Risks Your Clients May Not Know Exist

Blair Talty |
Wealth Planning
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Help clients take a long-term view to protect family wealth during divorce.Divorce can derail family wealth and affect generations far beyond just one couple.Even those who are not divorcing or contemplating divorce—including those beginning prenuptial planning—could benefit from knowing what’s at stake in the event of a divorce, be it their own or that of a business partner, parent, sibling, or descendent.

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Is Your Estate Plan on Track With Current Tax Laws?

Blair Talty |
Wealth Planning
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Be sure your plan meets today’s goals and is flexible for future change. As with any change in tax legislation, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 gave rise to valuable planning opportunities.Tax law changes serve as a good reminder to review your estate plan to be sure that it is consistent with your current goals and is flexible to promote tax efficiency under today’s tax laws.Many of the provisions of the current tax law are scheduled to sunset after December 31, 2025.

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