Dunnington Bartholow & Miller LLP
Dear Clients and Colleagues:
Dunnington, Bartholow & Miller LLP is dedicated to protecting the continued health, safety and well-being of our entire staff while we continue to provide services to you. First and foremost, our thoughts are with all those impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak, and the medical professionals relentlessly working around the clock to fight this new global pandemic. Read More
Update on What Wealth Advisors, Legal Advisors, and Globetrotters Need to Know
Susan Rothwell, Partner
September 26, 2019
If you’re a foreign national with ties to New York, you may own an apartment or a house, or have bank and investment accounts located here. Whether you are an individual who bought an apartment for a child in college or an art aficionado getting an appraisal from Christie’s or Sotheby’s, it is worth considering what happens to these assets on death. How do the next of kin or beneficiaries get access to the property? What are the tax consequences? Read More
WHEN: September 17, 2019 6:00 PM
WHERE: 230 Park Avenue, 21st Floor
NEW YORK–Dunnington Bartholow & Miller LLP, a full-service New York City-based law firm serving the international community announced today the publication of Doing Business in the United States, a guide to assist business leaders, startups and individuals in navigating the most important business law issues facing foreign investors and entrepreneurs in the coming years. The launch will be celebrated with an event for journalist members of the Foreign Press Association.
Susan Rothwell, Partner
January 11, 2019
In the extended season of giving which continues through 2025, here’s a primer on what’s new under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, the tax law that went into effect in the beginning of 2018. And a primer on what’s old, but still relevant. Read More
What Wealth Advisors, Legal Advisors, and Globetrotters Need to Know
People from all over the world have assets located in New York, from bank accounts and securities, to artwork and real estate.
A Quick Aid for U.S. Practitioners
By Anna-Katharina Hoffmann, LL.M.
In the United States, attorneys, business owners, and trusts and estates practitioners who deal in transnational contracts, disputes, business deals and tax or estate planning often come across foreign entities and assume that a particular corporate structure is similar to that of a U.S. entity.