Mr. Lowin has more than 30 years of experience advising individual clients, families at times of transition, owners of closely held businesses, estates and private foundations in the administration of estates and trusts. He handles all facets of the transfer of assets and the administration of decedents’ estates, personal income taxes and shifts in control of family businesses. He counsels clients throughout the United States, with a particular focus in New York and Florida.
“Jeffrey is a strong addition to the Trusts and Estates practice with substantive experience in representing individuals, families and businesses in all aspects of wealth preservation and estate planning matters,” said Alan M. Tarter, Managing Partner. “We are thrilled to welcome him as we continue to grow our practices to serve our clients’ needs.”
“Tarter Krinsky&Drogin is one of the leading full-service firms representing middle-market companies,” said Mr. Lowin. “I am impressed with the firm’s commitment to provide the highest level of service to its clients, and I am looking forward to expanding the trusts and estates practice.”
Mr. Lowin is admitted to practice in both New York and Florida. He is a Fellow of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (ACTEC). Mr. Lowin received his LL.B. from Harvard Law School, where he was Editor-in-Chief of the Harvard Journal on Legislation, and received his A.B. from Harvard College, where he was named to Phi Beta Kappa. Prior to joining Tarter Krinsky&Drogin, Mr. Lowin was a partner at Morison Cohen LLP.
Tarter Krinsky&Drogin’s Trusts and Estates practice guides individuals, families and fiduciaries in the development of practical estate planning strategies. It also provides counsel on more complex matters, including personal and business succession planning, international estate planning, liquidity needs, charitable giving and litigation.