office: White Plains
Christopher Miehl focuses his practice on estate planning and estate administration. Chris develops and implements estate and tax planning strategies specifically tailored for each individual client. From preparing simple Wills that leave assets to a surviving spouse or children to drafting sophisticated trusts designed to minimize estate and generation-skipping taxes, Chris has the experience and knowledge to meet a wide range of estate planning objectives. He has also worked extensively with closely held businesses regarding the development of a succession plan as well as structuring asset protection strategies.
Chris also assists fiduciaries with all aspects of estate and trust administration, including the commencement of probate proceedings in the New York Surrogate’s Court, post-mortem tax planning, preparation of estate tax and fiduciary income tax returns, and fiduciary accountings.
Before joining Danziger & Markhoff, Chris worked at a large firm on Long Island, where he represented high-net worth clients in connection with estate planning and estate administration. He also practiced in the New York State Surrogate's Courts, representing clients in contested trust and estate matters.
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