Tax Planning for Closely-Held Businesses and High Net Worth Individuals
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 estate tax planning attorneys provide sophisticated income, gift and estate tax planning advice and strategies to individuals and businesses.
The tax planning attorneys at WCN frequently help clients prepare and file an array of tax returns, including income tax returns, gift tax returns and estate tax returns or work with their accountants on these filings.
We take great pride in serving our clients with our personalized, concierge approach, to effectively address our clients’ legal needs. Our skilled tax planning attorneys work as a cohesive team delivering highly effective legal strategies and solutions that are proven and practical.
Meet the Attorneys in the Private Client Services Practice at Wilchins Cosentino & Novins
Eric B. Brenman
John W. Donahue
Donald E. Goodwin III
Kook Hee Lim
Robert W. Meshel
Stephen N. Wilchins
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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