Ronald J. Stein counsels clients in all aspects of estate planning, including the creation and administration of wills, trusts and estates. He advises clients on lifetime planning for the preservation and intergenerational transfer of wealth through charitable giving, creation of foundations, execution of prenuptial agreements and valuation of assets in the most tax-effective manner.
Mr. Stein represents numerous family-owned businesses, advising them on succession and tax planning, partnership interests and other issues. He also represents public and private foundations and is a director of several charitable foundations. Mr. Stein frequently collaborates with other professionals, including accountants, insurance agents and investment advisers.
- Member, The Association of the Bar of the City of New York
- Member, New York State Bar Association
- Member, The Florida Bar
ADMITTED TO PRACTICE
Florida, 1975; New York, 1959
LL.B., cum laude, Harvard Law School, 1959; Member, Board of Editors, Harvard Law Review, 1958-1959
LL.M., Georgetown University, 1962
A.B., Columbia University, 1956
PUBLICATIONSBack To Full Bio
"New Proposed Treasury Regulations Imperil Valuation Discounts for Family Controlled Entities"
August 25, 2016|Stroock Estate Planning Alert
- "Third Time is No Charm: Albany Fails (Yet Again) to Enact Meaningful Estate Tax Relief"April 21, 2016|Stroock Special Bulletin
- "Estate Planning Alert - Albany Fails (Again) to Enact Meaningful Estate Tax Relief"April 7, 2015|Stroock Special Bulletin
- "Federal Gift, Estate and Generation-Skipping Tax Exemptions Remain at $5,000,000 Level – For Now!"January 30, 2012|Stroock Special Bulletin
- "Third Time is No Charm: Albany Fails (Yet Again) to Enact Meaningful Estate Tax Relief"