Jasmin Severino works closely with clients to establish an estate and business succession plan that reflects both their personal and business preferences. Jasmin is dedicated to understanding her clients’ needs and anticipating possible tax issues in their planning. Additionally, Jasmin assists clients with wealth preservation by creating or modifying revocable trusts, irrevocable trusts, charitable giving, and lifetime gifting.
Recognizing the importance of comprehensive planning, Jasmin maintains relationships with a variety of financial advisors to better serve her clients in their overall plans.
Jasmin is committed to serving her community, and she is active in many different organizations that focus heavily on mentorship and the advancement of the community. Jasmin is a mentor through the Georgia Latino Law Foundation and the UGA Mentorship Program. Jasmin also serves as the Attorney Coach for the Brookwood High School Mock Trial Team in Gwinnett County, Georgia.
Jasmin previously served on the UGA Young Alumni Leadership Council, the Georgia Latino Law Foundation’s Leadership Academy, and the Hispanic Young Professionals and Entrepreneurs Ambassador Program.
In recognition of her contributions to the community, Jasmin was named an Outstanding Hispanic Young Professional & Entrepreneur in 2020 and received Emory’s LALSA Latinx Community Impact Award in 2020. In 2020, Jasmin was selected for the University of Georgia’s 40 under 40. Additionally, Jasmin is included among the Atlanta Business Chronicle’s 40 Under 40 for 2022. She was also recognized among Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch® in America in 2022-2023.
In her spare time, Jasmin enjoys traveling the world, visiting museums, and cheering on the Georgia Dawgs or the Boston Red Sox.
Jasmin Severino, J. Scot Fitzpatrick, and Stephen C. Heymann, “Year-End Estate and Gift Tax Planning for Tax Professionals,” Bloomberg Tax (December 14, 2022)
Jasmin Severino, J. Scot Fitzpatrick, and Stephen C. Heymann, “All in the Family – Transition Strategies for Family Businesses” in Bloomberg Tax Bloomberg Tax (November 9, 2022)
Jasmin Severino, J. Scot Fitzpatrick, and Stephen C. Heymann, “The Marquis Fiduciary” in Thomson Reuters Estate Planning Journal Estate Planning, a Thomson Reuters publication (November 2, 2022)
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Georgia Supreme Court
Georgia Court of Appeals
University of Florida, LL.M. in Taxation, 2018
Mercer University School of Law, J.D., 2017
University of Georgia, A.B., 2013
Atlanta Bar Association
Georgia Bar Association
Hispanic National Bar Association
Georgia Hispanic Bar Association
Georgia Latino Law Foundation
Hispanic Young Professionals & Entrepreneurs
Georgia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
The University of Georgia’s Young Alumni Leadership Council
University of Georgia’s Latino Alumni Leadership Council
Order of the Barristers
State Bar of Georgia Tax Award
Hugh Lawson Moot Court Competition Winner (2015)
Mercer Advocacy Council
Outstanding Hispanic Young Professional & Entrepreneur (2020)
Emory’s LALSA Latinx Community Impact Award (2020)
The University of Georgia’s 40 under 40 (2020)
The Atlanta Business Chronicle’s 40 Under 40 (2022)
Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch® in America (2022-2023)
We are pleased to share that Jason Ornduff has been appointed to serve on the firm’s Board of Executives, effective September 12, 2023.
Elizabeth Garlovsky and Tiffany McKenzie explain why you’ll want to add provisions regarding tangible personal property, such as furniture, vehicles, electronics, and jewelry, to your will or trust to ensure smooth inheritance, prevent disputes, and help distribute sentimental items as you wish.