Family Office Services
Wilchins Cosentino & Novins has earned a reputation for excellence in private client services for high net worth individuals and owners of privately held businesses.
Our extensive business knowledge and sound legal advice logically extend to providing family office services to serve our clients and protect and preserve their wealth.
Our family office services include trust and estate planning, business succession planning, estate and trust administration and corporate governance. We plan and facilitate family meetings, provide household management services and assist in the formation of establishing a charitable giving plan and creating the entities such as non-profits, charitable trusts or foundations.
We function as a trusted advisor and work with other trusted advisors on a wide variety of matters involving the family’s interests including planning, investments, real estate and the purchase and divestiture of businesses and property
Our commitment to delivering exceptional service and exceptional value lends itself to clients seeking our expertise in acting as a family office, assist a family in a select set of family office services or assist in establishing the family office.
Meet the Attorneys in the Private Client Services Practice at Wilchins Cosentino & Novins
Stephen N. Wilchins
Eric B. Brenman
Michael B. Cosentino
John W. Donahue
Robert W. Meshel
Why WCN for Private Client Services
Right-sized. We are large enough to have the depth of expertise and knowledge, while small enough to be available, accessible and personal.
Concierge Approach. Our clients are assured of our accessibility, personal attention and skilled guidance as we seamlessly and adeptly address their legal needs.
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