Young Moore and Henderson Welcomes Sue Haberberger

Young Moore and Henderson is pleased to announce that Susan H. Haberberger has joined the firm as a member of the estate planning, trusts and estate administration team. Her experience includes preparing estate plans, providing counsel to families on wealth transfer matters and the effective use of trusts, and advising individuals on minimizing estate taxes, gifting strategies, and wealth preservation issues.

Committed to volunteerism and serving the community, Sue is a member of the Board of Directors of Make-A-Wish Foundation of Eastern North Carolina and North Carolina Museum of History Associates. She is a past member of the Board of Directors of Wake County Medical Society Alliance and the Poe Center for Health Education. She is an active member of the Raleigh Professional Women’s Forum and has served in volunteer leadership positions at Cary Academy and Girl Scouts North Carolina Coastal Pines.

We are delighted to have Sue as a member of our firm. Her legal experience combined with her love of the community and passion for serving others will be of great benefit to our clients,” says the firm’s Operational Shareholder, Dawn D. Raynor.

Sue is a graduate of Wheaton College in Massachusetts and the William S. Richardson School of Law of the University of Hawaii.


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