“Since joining the firm, Adam has established himself as a valued resource for our clients, working collaboratively to develop estate and business succession plans that meet our clients’ personal goals in a tax-efficient manner,” said Gary Botwinick, co-managing partner and chair of both practice groups.
“Adam’s grasp of sophisticated, cutting-edge techniques to effectuate our clients’ objectives is a significant benefit to the firm and our clients, and we congratulate him on this achievement and look forward to his continued success,” Botwinick said.
Sandler has been with the firm since 2018, advising individuals, families and business owners on sophisticated estate, tax and business planning matters, including estate planning; generational wealth transfer; asset protection; estate tax and income tax planning; closely held business formation, operation, succession and transactions; charitable planning; estate and trust administration; and estate and trust litigation.
According to the firm, he’s also developed a niche in the area of estate planning for blended families, premarital planning and planning during divorce.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]
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