Parsippany, N.J., July 11, 2016 - Day Pitney LLP announced today that Angela Titus McEwan has joined the firm as a partner in the Trusts and Estates practice in the Parsippany office. She joins from Archer & Greiner P.C.
"Angela is a top-notch lawyer with over 19 years of experience advising high net worth individuals. We are excited to have her join our New Jersey practice," said Greg Hayes, chair of Day Pitney's Trusts and Estates practice. "Over the past year we have been strategically expanding our Trusts and Estates practice throughout the East Coast and will continue to recruit more talent to fulfill our clients' needs."
Titus specializes in trust and estate planning, administration and litigation. Her experience includes business planning, lifetime giving, charitable giving, taxation, and related matters. She also represents a diverse array of clients, including single individuals, families with young children, same-sex couples, families preparing for retirement, closely-held businesses, doctors, CEOs and other professionals, individuals with special needs, and fiduciaries managing all aspects of trust and estate administration.
"I view Day Pitney as a firm that is committed to growing its Trusts and Estates practice," says Titus. "The experience at the firm is expansive. I am excited to collaborate with my new colleagues to offer my clients an even wider range of services."
Day Pitney's prestigious Trusts and Estates practice has over 60 attorneys, making it one of the largest and most sophisticated trusts and estates practices in the country. Titus' arrival follows the addition of Tina Albright to the New York office and seven Trusts and Estates attorneys to the firm through Day Pitney's merger with Florida-based law firm Chapin, Ballerano & Cheslack in January 2016.
Titus earned her J.D. from Villanova University School of Law and her B.S., summa cum laude, from Trenton State College. She is admitted to practice in New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
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