Albana Orgocka

Estate Administrator

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Albana Orgocka has over 14 years of estate and trust administration experience.  Prior to joining Choate, Ms. Orgocka was an estate administrator at Loring, Wolcott & Coolidge Trust, LLC.  She oversees all aspects of estate administration, including the preparation of all required estate tax returns and probate accounting documents.  She performs a wide range of complex estate administration functions, drawing upon her extensive and sophisticated knowledge of federal and state estate, generation skipping and gift taxation principals, personal trust and probate accounting practices and investment and personal tax laws.

Ms. Orgocka earned a master’s degree from Columbia University.  She is also a graduate of ABA Graduate Trust School and a Fulbright Scholar.  She is a member of the Boston Estate Planning Council. 

Ms. Orgocka is founder and former co-chairwoman of the Massachusetts Albanian American Society, a non-profit organization that advocates on behalf of the Albanian American community.  She was recognized by the Albanian American Woman's Organization Motrat Qiriazi with a Woman of the Year Award for her work in Massachusetts’ Albanian-American community.  For over a year, Ms. Orgocka has volunteered as a social worker at The International Institute of Boston, offering support to those from Kosovo.


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