December 28, 2010
Gideon Rothschild is quoted in Forbes' December 23 article "What a Tax Deal: Family Loans, GRATs, Trust Payouts, Gifts To Grandkids." The article highlights sections of the firm's recent Client Alert “ Act Before December 31 To Save Future Generation-Skipping Transfer Taxes” on why high-net-worth individuals need to take action before the end of 2010 to obtain tax savings. Please click here to view the complete article.
Gideon Rothschild is co-chair of Moses & Singer’s Trusts and Estates practice and chair of the Asset Protection practice. Gideon’s practice is focused in the areas of domestic and international estate planning and asset protection, including the use of sophisticated estate planning techniques in the representation of high-net-worth individuals. He is the recipient of several honors and awards, including “America’s Leading Lawyers for Wealth Management” by Chambers USA and “Top 100 Attorneys” serving private clients by Worth/Robb Report. Gideon was also distinguished with a listing in The Best Lawyers in America in the area of Trusts and Estates, and for the past five years, he has been listed in New York Super Lawyers®. He is the chair of the New York branch of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) and a Fellow of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel. For more information, please contact Gideon at 212.554.7806 or at email@example.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.