Louise E. Lipman joined the firm in 1997 and is of counsel to the firm’s trusts and estates department. She represents a diverse range of individual clients and their families and has extensive experience in all aspects of estate planning, administration of estates and trusts, estate, gift and fiduciary taxation, and elder care management issues.
Louise also has significant experience with estate litigation, representing fiduciaries as well as domestic and foreign beneficiaries in contested probate and accounting proceedings. She has also represented clients in kinship proceedings, gaining experience in tracing and locating beneficiaries and heirs, including those affected by the Holocaust.
Recent Publications & Presentations
On My Own … But Not Alone, Shaare Press, a division of Artscroll Publications, 2019 (contributing author)
How To Plan For A Secure Retirement, Consumer Report Books, Revised Edition, 1998 (contributor)
Generation-Skipping Transfer Tax: Transition Rule Planning and Drafting Techniques, 40 New York University Institute on Federal Taxation 3-1, 1982 (co-author)