Richard Sanders authored an article, "New Jersey Enacts Uniform Trust Code," in Trusts & Estates. The article explains how the new Uniform Trust Code (UTC) offers flexibility, efficiency in administration and estate planning opportunities not found under prior law. Sanders discusses some highlights of the UTC, including how it allows for the modification of an irrevocable trust without a court proceeding. "Clients may want to revisit existing trusts, both revocable and irrevocable," Sanders writes, "to determine whether to take advantage of new estate planning opportunities under the UTC."
David Silvian contributed two chapters, "Will Provisions Pertaining to the Noncitizen Spouse" and "Will Provisions Pertaining to the Multinational Estate," to the 2017 Edition of Drafting Wills and Trusts in Massachusetts, a publication of MCLE.
Day Pitney Partner Angela Titus McEwan authored an article, "The UTC and the Duty to Inform and Report," published in Trusts & Estates.
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Keith Bradoc Gallant and Rebecca Iannantuoni authored an article, "When a Client Lacks Legal Competency, Who Files for the Divorce?," for Family Advocate, a publication of the American Bar Association Section on Family Law.
On March 23, Richard D. Sanders and Angela Titus McEwan will present a discussion about New Jersey's recent adoption of its version of the Uniform Trust Code.
Day Pitney LLP was mentioned in an article, "Day Pitney Named Law Firm of the Year by Family Wealth Report," in the Hartford Business Journal.
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Day Pitney LLP was named 'Law Firm of the Year' by Family Wealth Report at its 2017 Awards Ceremony at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in New York City.
David Silvian was quoted in an article, "Awash with uncertainty, advisers scramble to prepare for potential tax overhaul," published in Private Asset Management.
Day Pitney announced today that international tax attorney, Von E. Sanborn, has joined the firm as a partner in the Corporate and Business Law department as a member of its Family Office practice in its New York office.