Rachel counsels high net worth individuals and families on estate and tax planning, trust and estate administration and litigation, charitable planning and administration, and business succession planning. She works closely with clients to identify their goals and provide tailored solutions to achieve her clients’ desired outcomes. Rachel’s broad-based practice includes drafting trusts, wills, and other sophisticated estate planning instruments; structuring and implementing sophisticated and tax-efficient lifetime gifts, administering decedent’s estates (including preparing estate tax returns); and assisting families in the creation and continuation of private family foundations. Rachel’s relationships with her clients frequently extend to multiple generations of family members. She is a trusted adviser of her clients and their families.
Rachel often lectures and contributes articles to publications on topics related to estate planning and trust administration. She has been featured in the New York Law Journal and Trusts and Estates Magazine, among others.
Rachel earned her J.D. from Columbia Law School as a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar and won Best Brief in the moot court competition. She was also the moot court student editor. She received her bachelor's degree in psychology from Columbia University, graduating summa cum laude.