D. Scott Schrader
Central Arkansas Attorney
Charitable Gift Planning
Tax & Estate Planning
Probate & Trusts Administration
Probate & Trusts Litigation
West Little Rock
University of Arkansas at Little Rock (J.D., 1996)
Ouachita Baptist University (B.A. in Business Administration & Accounting, 1993)
Scott Schrader co-founded Winburn Wilson Schrader & Shram, PLLC in January 2011.
Mr. Schrader is licensed to practice before the Arkansas Supreme Court, the United States District Courts for the Eastern and Western Districts of Arkansas, the United States Appellate Court, Eighth Circuit, and the United States Tax Court.
Mr. Schrader is a principal of WealthCounsel, LLC (www.wealthcounsel.com), a national provider of estate planning education and document drafting systems currently in use by approximately 3500 law firms throughout the United States and its territories.
Mr. Schrader has co-authored the following articles published in the Journal of Practical Estate Planning, a Commerce Clearing House publication:
- Most Recent Tax Court Cases Provide Roadmap for Designing FLP/FLLC Plans That Work, August-September 2008, at 19
- Advanced Planning for the Nontaxable Client: Solutions with Broad Appeal to the Retiring Baby Boomer Generation, Part III, April-May 2008, at 13;
- Advanced Planning for the Nontaxable Client: Solutions with Broad Appeal to the Retiring Baby Boomer Generation, Part II, December 2007-January 2008, at 17;
- A Practical Checklist for Partnership Planning in 2007, August-September 2007, at 15;
- Advanced Planning for the Nontaxable Client: Solutions with Broad Appeal to the Retiring Baby Boomer Generation, Part I, April-May 2007, at 15;
- Harnessing the Power of Trust Protectors, August-September 2006, at 11;
- W.E. Kelley Est.: Are We Headed into Calmer Waters in Partnership Valuation?, December 2005-January 2006, at 13;
- What Was I Thinking? Planning for the Return of Subjective Analysis to Partnership Planning, August-September 2005, at 15;
- Tax Burning: An Overlooked Technique for Reducing an Estate, April-May, 2005, at 15;
- Illiquidity Has Its Advantages, December 2004-January 2005, at 7;
- After Kimbell, Does Strangi Matter?, August-September 2004, at 21;
- Planning for the Future: The Use of Domestic Trust Protectors, April-May 2004, at 15;
- The Private Annuity Sale to a Grantor Trust May be More Suitable Than a Promissory Note Transaction for Many Clients, December-January 2004, at 17;
- Formula Transfers After McCord, August-September 2003, at 19;
- Gift of Limited Partnership Interests to Charity: Obstacles and Opportunities, April-May 2003, at 13;
- Schauerhamer, Reichardt, Harper and Now Thompson: Continued Planning with Limited Partnerships, December 2002-January 2003, at 15.
Outside the office
Mr. Schrader lives in Little Rock, Arkansas, and has been married to his wife, Kim, since 1995. They have two daughters, Lauren and Madison, and a son, Nathan. He and his wife attend Fellowship Bible Church in Little Rock where they have served as small group leaders for many years. He has previously served on the boards of the Arkansas Respiratory Health Association and the Arkansas Sheriff’s Youth Ranch. He enjoys golf, water and snow skiing, riding his cross country motorcycle, and playing both racquetball and tennis.
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West Little Rock Office
12921 Cantrell Road, Suite 309
North Little Rock Office
1 Riverfront Place, Suite 415
North Little Rock, AR 72114
500 East Main Street, Suite 301,