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Aimee Fukuchi Bryant

Associate / Boston

Overview

Aimee Fukuchi Bryant is an associate in Nutter's Private Client Department and a member of the Nonprofit and Social Impact practice group. Aimee provides her clients with comprehensive estate planning services, which range from basic estate plans for young families to complex strategies for high net worth individuals to minimize estate and gift taxes, transfer wealth across generations, or achieve a client’s charitable goals in a tax efficient manner. Aimee represents individuals and fiduciaries in all aspects of estate and trust administration, including before probate courts, state revenue authorities, and the Internal Revenue Service. She also acts as legal counsel for family foundations and advises on general operations, grantmaking, and tax compliance.

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Aimee is an active participant in the firm’s pro bono program. Through Nutter’s collaboration with Medical-Legal Partnership Boston, she has worked with clients at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Boston Medical Center on estate planning and guardianship matters for incapacitated individuals. She has also assisted charitable organizations with applying for tax exempt status with the IRS.

Outside of the firm, Aimee holds leadership positions in several organizations. She serves on the Board of Directors for Wondermore, a nonprofit dedicated to cultivating children’s curiosity, creativity, and literacy by engaging Boston Public School students with acclaimed authors and illustrators, and acts as vice chair of the Steering Committee for the Boston Philanthropic Roundtable (BPART), a study group of charitable and financial advisors, estate planners, philanthropists, and nonprofit leaders in the Boston area. She is also an active member of the Boston Bar Foundation, Women’s Bar Association, and Planned Giving Group of New England.

In 2017, the Women’s Bar Association of Massachusetts selected Aimee as a member of the 2017-2018 class of the Women’s Leadership Initiative, a mentoring and leadership development program for promising attorneys. In 2014, Aimee was named to the Lawyers of Color’s Second Annual Hot List, which recognizes early to mid-career minority attorneys throughout the United States.

Prior to joining Nutter, she worked as a judicial intern for the Honorable Jeffrey Winik of the Boston Housing Court. During law school, she was an articles editor for the Boston College Law Review. The journal published her note, “A Balance of Convenience: Burden-Shifting Devices in Criminal Cyberharassment Law”, in 2011.

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Education

Boston College Law School, J.D., cum laude

Tufts University, B.S., cum laude

Admissions

  • Massachusetts

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In the Community

Outside of the firm, Aimee holds leadership positions in several organizations. Among other roles, she serves on the Board of Directors of Wondermore, nonprofit dedicated to cultivating children’s curiosity, creativity, and literacy by engaging Boston Public School students with acclaimed authors and illustrators, and as vice chair of the Steering Committee for the Boston Philanthropic Roundtable (BPART), a networking group of Boston professionals with a shared interest in philanthropy.

Noteworthy

In 2017, Aimee was selected as a member of the 2017-2018 Class of the Women’s Leadership Initiative of the Women’s Bar Association, a mentoring and leadership development program for promising attorneys. In 2014, Aimee was named to the Lawyers of Color’s Second Annual Hot List, which recognizes early to mid-career minority attorneys throughout the United States.

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