Susan S. Brown, Esq. concentrates in tax and sophisticated estate planning, elder law, estate litigation and estate and trust administration and legal guardianships. She is experienced in international estate planning to minimize income and estate tax consequences of qualified plan assets such as IRA’s and charitable gifting. Mrs. Brown works particularly well with families and elderly clients and she is especially knowledgeable and experienced in estate and trust planning for disabled individuals. She has litigated, planned for and administered multi-million dollar estates holding domestic and international assets, she has extensive estate tax audit experience.
Attorney’s Background: Mrs. Brown (B.S. Bucknell University, ’78, J.D. Pace University School of Law ’87, Editor, Pace Law Review) is admitted to practice law in New York and Connecticut. Mrs. Brown is a member of the Elder Law and Trusts and Estates sections of the New York State Bar Association, and she has served as a vice president of the Westchester Women’s Bar Association and co-chair of its Estates and Trusts Committee. Mrs. Brown has taught courses in estate administration, will drafting, advanced estate planning, retirement asset planning, contested guardianships, and elderlaw ethics for the New York State Bar Association and Pace University Continuing Legal Education. She gave a lecture on U.S. inheritance taxes to the Association of American Wives of Europeans in Paris.