Chaim Dienstag has recently become a member of the Firm after serving as an associate for over six years. Chaim plays an integral role in our estate planning, and business law practices. Chaim is heavily involved in drafting all types of sophisticated trusts including domestic asset protection trusts, domiciled in a number of U.S. jurisdictions. He has prepared numerous sophisticated Wills has designed and implemented complex estate planning transactions. He has worked with international clients looking to bring wealth onshore.
Chaim is currently pursuing an LLM in Taxation (specializing in estate planning and wealth management) at New York University School of Law.
Prior to joining the Firm, Chaim honed his expertise in estate planning and business law working as an associate at a boutique trusts and estate firm on Long Island. He is admitted to practice law in both New York and New Jersey. Chaim has also completed the Certified Guardian and Court Evaluator Training Program and is a member of New York State Bar Association.
A graduate of the Fordham University Law School, Chaim served as a staff member on the Fordham Environmental Law Review Journal and worked as a legal research assistant for Professor Youngjae Lee. Before being admitted to the practice of law, Chaim worked as a legal intern for New York State Supreme Court Justice, Judge Ruchelsman, where he drafted opinions on the legal framework of alternative arbitration agreements. He served as a law clerk in several firms during his time in law school and also holds a Master’s Degree in Organizational Psychology from Columbia University. He lives with his wife and family in North Woodmere, NY.
Bar Admissions & Courts New York, 2013 New Jersey, 2013
Education Queens College, City University of New York, B.A., 2006 Columbia University, Teachers College, New York, NY, M.A., 2009 Fordham University School of Law, New York, NY, J.D., 2012