Steve Aceto Retirement

Steve Aceto is announcing his retirement from full time practice as of April 1. “I turned 65 a few weeks ago and decided to follow my own advice and leave the party while people are still listening to my stories and offering me beverages, and before the Sheriff arrives.  Practicing with Buncombe County lawyers has been always interesting and a source of much delight to me.  Thanks to all of you for the privilege of enjoying your friendship and collegiality, for which I am ever grateful to God.”

Aceto Law Office Announcement

Aceto Law Office PA is pleased to announce that attorney Katherine A. Torrance has joined the firm. Torrance now works with Attorney Steve Aceto focusing on estate planning law, estate administration law, business law and corporate law.
Katherine was awarded an academic scholarship and graduated Magna Cum Laude from Montreat College in 2013 with a Bachelor of Art in History. Katherine went on to receive her J.D. from Elon University School of Law in 2017, where she was the recipient of the Carol W. Bruce scholarship for Estate Planning. During her time at Elon University School of Law, Torrance interned with the Elon Law Clinics for Wills Drafting and Elder Law, where she was awarded outstanding performance in a pro bono clinic.
Before joining Aceto Law, Katherine maintained a private general practice serving a range of client needs from guardianship to custody. Torrance dedicated her services to all of Western North Carolina as attorney of a participating firm for the North Carolina State Employee’s Credit Union’s Estate Planning Essentials Program. Katherine currently serves as an elected member of the Montreat College Alumni Leadership Council.
Katherine A. Torrance is excited to be a part of the Aceto Law Office PA Team.