Daniel Rubin Comments on Hawaii's Permitted Transfers in Trust Act

July 28, 2010

Daniel S. Rubin is a guest commentator in the July 28, 2010 issue of Steve Leimberg's Asset Protection Planning Newsletter. In the article, Dan comments on the good, the bad and the ugly of Hawaii's Permitted Transfers in Trust Act. Please click here to view the full article.

Daniel S. Rubin is a partner in the Trusts and Estates and Asset Protection practice groups. His practice concentrates on domestic and international estate and asset protection planning for high-net-worth individuals and their families. Additionally, Dan counsels clients on estate administrations and tax controversies, among many other matters. He was recently honored by Worth magazine as one of its "Top 100 Attorneys" in the nation for private clients, and was recognized in the ranks of Law & Politics' New York Super Lawyers for his successful work with clients. Dan was also chosen by his peers to be included in the 2010 edition of The Best Lawyers in America® in the area of Trusts and Estates. He frequently lectures to professional groups, and has written numerous articles on estate and asset protection planning matters for various scholarly publications. In addition to his work at Moses & Singer, Dan serves as the vice-chair of the International Estate Planning Committee of the Trusts and Estates Law Section of the New York State Bar Association. For more information, please contact Dan at 212.554.7899 or drubin@mosessinger.com.

Lawyers in Moses & Singer's Trusts and Estates and Asset Protection practice groups are internationally recognized for their considerable skill and extensive experience in the fields of asset protection and wealth preservation. Our lawyers provide a full range of tax and estate planning services to corporate executives, entrepreneurs, and other high-net-worth individuals. In addition to experience in the traditional areas of will and trust drafting and estate administration, our attorneys excel in the latest techniques to effectively plan for business succession while minimizing taxes and preserving and protecting clients' wealth from potential creditor risks. The client’s personal objectives and wealth preservation goals are integrated into the estate planning process.