BA University of Michigan (1990)
JD Boston University School of Law (1994)
Masters of Law in Taxation (LL.M) from Boston University School of Law (2003)
Rob is a partner in the firm’s Estate Planning department. He represents individuals and closely held businesses in the areas of estate planning, estate and trust administration, charitable giving, fiduciary income taxation, real estate and business succession.
Co-authored Avoiding Potential Pitfalls of the Durable Power of Attorney, Journal of Financial Planning, October 1997
Authored A Federal District Court Frees the Haitian Refugees, Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics, Volume 21:2
Quoted in “Future of estate tax may sway end-of-life decisions” Boston Globe, November 22, 2010
Quoted in “How Much Is Your Life Worth? Life Insurance 101” Mint.com, August 5, 2010
Rob gives presentations on estate planning, estate tax and charitable giving to professional organizations and the public.
Boston Estate Planning Council
Boston Bar Association
Rob was a Big Brother for eight years with the Jewish Big Brothers and Big Sisters Association of Greater Boston and has been a member of the Board of Directors since 2004.