Steve Saraisky’s practice encompasses all phases of business planning, tax and estate planning, and estate administration.
Steve regularly advises clients regarding their estate planning and the gift, estate and generation-skipping tax considerations of their plans. Frequently, this involves complex estate planning with Wills, insurance trusts and the implementation of sophisticated estate planning techniques. Steve advises many international clients regarding U.S. aspects of their planning.
Steve’s practice also includes (1) working with business owners regarding all phases of their businesses, (2) representing taxpayers in tax audits and administrative appeals, (3) contested estate matters, including advising executors, trustees and beneficiaries with respect to estate or trust administration and fiduciary issues, (4) advising private foundations and public charities regarding operational and tax issues and (5) estate administration.
Steve is a frequent lecturer and author on estate and tax planning, estate administration, business succession planning and related issues. He is active in several bar association groups, including the Greater New Jersey Estate Planning Council (board member), the Bergen County Estate Planning Council, and the New Jersey State Bar Association.
Steve earned a JD from the University of Chicago, and an AB from Dartmouth College.
The University of Chicago Law School, J.D., 1994
Dartmouth College, A.B., cum laude, 1990
January 2, 2014
New Jersey Law Journal Business succession planning: Encourage your clients to get it done February 5, 2015Steven M. Saraisky
New Jersey Law Journal July 24, 2014Christopher P. Massaro, Steven M. Saraisky and Leslie F. Prentice
New Jersey Law Journal March 29, 2010Steven M. Saraisky and Samuel Weiner
Tax, Trusts & Estates Law Monitor July 14, 2015Steven M. Saraisky and Juliya Litichevskaya
Tax, Trusts & Estates Law Monitor January 10th, 2013Gary A. Phillips and Steven M. Saraisky
Tax, Trusts & Estates Law Monitor December 4th, 2012Steven M. Saraisky
Tax, Trusts & Estates Law MonitorSteven M. Saraisky
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