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Kent E. Endacott

Kent Endacott specializes in estate planning and business planning. His practice includes implementing tax-savings advanced planning techniques for high-net-worth clients. Kent’s practice also encompasses representing clients before the Internal Revenue Service in tax controversy matters, mergers, and acquisitions and general corporate counseling. He also has extensive experience representing community banks in mergers and acquisitions.

In 2008, Kent was elected as a Fellow to the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (ACTEC). He currently serves as the ACTEC Heartland Regional Chairman and is a member of the Employee Benefits Committee. Comprised of approximately 2,600 of the nation’s top trust and estate attorneys, ACTEC membership requires nomination, review at the state and national levels, and election by the ACTEC Board of Regents. He is a frequent lecturer on estate planning topics and a member of the planning committee for the annual Estate and Business Planning Seminar sponsored by the University of Nebraska College of Law and School of Accountancy. In 2015, Kent was elected to serve on the Board of Directors of the Great Plains Federal Tax Institute, which provides professional development for attorneys, CPAs, and other tax professionals.

Areas of Practice

Banking and Financial Institutions; Business Entity and Tax Law; Estate Planning; Estate and Trust Administration

Bar Admissions

Nebraska, Iowa, South Dakota

Professional Affiliations

American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (ACTEC), Fellow and Heartland Regional Chairman; Great Plains Tax Institute, Board Member; American Bar Association; Iowa State Bar Association; Nebraska State Bar Association; South Dakota State Bar Association; Lincoln Estate Planning Council; Lincoln Probate Discussion Group; Nebraska State Bar Foundation, Fellow; Great Plains Federal Tax Institute


University of Nebraska, Bachelor of Journalism; Creighton University School of Law, J.D. (cum laude) – Assistant Editor, Creighton Law Review