Three Huntington residents are among six attorneys joining the law firm of Rivkin Radler.
The six will specialize in the fields of trusts, estates and taxation, in the firm’s Personal, Family & Business Planning Practice Group.
Two, Jean Hegler of Huntington and Patricia Marcin of Lloyd Harbor, join as partners. Maureen Glackin of Huntington joins as an associate.
The firm said that Marcin focuses on estate planning, estate and trust administration, and taxation. Her practice includes the preparation of wills, trusts and other estate planning documents and all phases of estate administration, including the analysis and review of estate and fiduciary income tax issues and administrative and legal issues in each estate. Marcin is a trustee of the board of directors at Northwell Health Huntington Hospital and the chairperson of the Long Island Community Foundation board.
Hegler concentrated her practice in the areas of estate, gift and trust taxation, estate planning and administration and elder law planning for the past 30-plus
years. She represents high net worth individuals, trusts, estates, family businesses and foundations in sophisticated tax planning and administration. Hegler is the author of “Wills: Structure, Design & Settlement under New York State Law,” used as a course textbook by more than 20 colleges and universities.
Glackin’s expertise includes advising high net-worth individuals in the establishment and management of estate plans to minimize and obviate estate taxes, including the preparation of wills and trusts, advising grantors and trustees in decanting complex trusts and advising fiduciaries in administering complex estates and trusts.