Day Pitney Trusts and Estates Partner Tasha Dickinson and Senior Associate Stephanie Eassa Rapp were recognized by the Palm Beach Illustrated as "Top Lawyers in 2023," in its September 2023 issue.
Dickinson was recognized for Business/Corporate and Trusts and Estates. She is a Florida Bar Board Certified Wills, Trusts and Estates Lawyer, and exclusively represents individuals and families in sophisticated estate planning and estate/trust administration.
Rapp was recognized for Trusts and Estates. She counsels high net worth individuals on all aspects of complex trust and estate planning and administration.
As published in the Palm Beach Illustrated, the publication partnered with the firm Professional Research Services, which asked licensed Palm Beach County attorneys who they would recommend, other than themselves, in the area. Attorneys were allowed to name up to three colleagues in each specialty. Nominees were then evaluated on the basis of the survey results, the status of their license, and their standing with The Florida Bar. Qualifying attorneys who received the highest number of votes are reflected on the list.
Read the methodology and full list of attorneys here.
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Day Pitney Private Client Department Chair B. Dane Dudley was featured in the Hartford Business Journal article, "Multigenerational Shift: Navigating Great Wealth Transfer is a Boon for Attorneys, Estate/Investment Planners."
Day Pitney Trusts and Estates Partner Tasha Dickinson was featured in Capital Analytics Associates' Invest: West Palm Beach Q&A, where she discussed the firm, diversity and the South Florida legal market.
Day Pitney Trusts and Estates Partner Tasha Dickinson was featured in the Daily Business Review's article, "'Elephant in the Room': Day Pitney Attorney Weighs in on Dianne Feinstein Feud," discussing Feinstein's feud with her late husband's children over his estate.
Day Pitney Trusts and Estates Attorneys Andrew M. Nerney and Grant W. Silvester authored the article, "U.S. Appeals Court: Deathbed Checks Are Includible in Decedent's Estate," for WealthManagement.com, which discusses a recent ruling by the U.S. Court of Appeals in the Third Circuit on deathbed gifting.