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Fordham University, B.S., 1960

Fordham University School of Law, J.D., 1968


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  • New Law Requirements for Powers of Attorney In New York State

    Effective June 13, 2021, New Yorkers are now required to use a new power of attorney form. 

  • Client Alert: Tax Planning This Election Year

    The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 effected a number of tax changes that benefited high-net-worth in­dividuals and businesses. With the upcoming Presidential and other elections this November, which could deliver control of the White House and the Senate to the Democrats, a number of observers have expressed concern that many of the foregoing benefits, as well as benefits that were in effect prior to enactment of the 2017 Tax Act, may be repealed.

    For this reason, and because asset values are expected to increase as the recession winds down, there are a number of steps high net worth taxpayers might consider in order to take advantage of these endangered benefits. These steps include triggering income and gain this year, accelerating asset acquisitions and like-kind exchanges, restructuring foreign and domestic business operations, and gift giving. Learn more in this alert.

  • Philanthropy and Estate Taxes
    04/01/2002 | Fordham University 1841 Society Newsletter

  • Planning Your Way Around Estate Taxes
    09/01/2001 | Fordham University 1841 Society Newsletter

  • Why a Will?
    04/01/2001 | Fordham University 1841 Society Newsletter

  • Charitable Giving Under the Economic Recovery Act of 1981
    10/01/1981 | Commerce Clearing House Financial and Estate Planning

  • Fees for Estate Planning
    11/01/1978 | Estate Planning Magazine