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October 31, 2022

Heather Levine-Levy Joins Barclay Damon

October 31, 2022—Barclay Damon announces Heather Levine-Levy, counsel, has joined Barclay Damon’s Trusts & Estates and Corporate Practice Areas. Her primary office location is New York City.

Levine-Levy concentrates her practice on a wide variety of trusts and estates matters. She has extensive experience in estate planning, including structuring estate plans to best meet family, business, and other objectives, with the goal of minimizing estate, gift, generation skipping, and income taxes to protect and preserve assets and avoid disputes, costs, and delays. She is proficient in drafting a broad range of wills, revocable and irrevocable trusts, advance directives, and prenuptial and postnuptial agreements and has deep experience in estate administration, preparing probate petitions, estate tax returns, court inventories, and receipts and releases with accountings prior to distribution of assets. Levine-Levy has additional experience in corporate law and real estate law. 

Barclay Damon attorneys team across offices and practices to provide customized, targeted solutions grounded in industry knowledge and a deep understanding of our clients’ businesses. With nearly 300 attorneys, Barclay Damon is a leading law firm that operates from a strategic platform of offices located in the Northeastern United States and Toronto. For more information, visit our award-winning website at barclaydamon.com.
 

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