Adam joined the firm’s prestigious Wills, Trusts & Estates and Taxation groups in 2018. His practice focuses on estate planning, estate and trust administration, and tax planning for individuals and businesses. He counsels clients by developing and implementing tax-efficient strategies for wealth preservation and transfer, business succession, charitable planning, and personal or business transactions that may raise tax considerations.
Taking a practical approach in advising his clients, Adam prides himself on creating a plan that not only addresses their needs but one that a client can understand and execute. He believes in a collaborative effort to effectuate a wealth plan and often partners with his clients’ financial advisors, insurance agents, and accountants to ensure its success.
Adam is an active member of the Estate Planning Council of Northern New Jersey and is a well-respected legal mind among his clients, colleagues, and peers.
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Honors & Accolades
Adam has been recognized by the following:
- “Ones to Watch,” The Best Lawyers in America© (Woodward/White, Inc.), 2021
- Member, Estate Planning Council of Northern New Jersey
- When Should Closely-Held Business Owners Start Succession Planning? Right Now.
- In the Midst of a Divorce, Consider New Estate Planning Documents
- Two Tax Strategies For Donating To Charities In 2020
- PPP Flexibility Act: 60/40 Rule or 60% Cliff?
- PPP Flexibility Act: Congress Passes Relief for PPP Loan Recipients
- COVID-19 Alert: Three Major Mistakes Often Made When Drafting Your Own Last Will and Testament
- COVID-19 Stimulus Act Alert
- Special Estate Planning Alert – Call To Action
- Special Estate Planning Alert
- New Jersey Retains Jurisdiction Over Quiet Title Action
- 2012 Estate Tax Planning Redux: Everyone Gets a SLAT
- The Divorce-Proof Trust: Reconsidering Estate Planning Norms
- How Do I Protect My Assets from the Unexpected During the Divorce Process?
- Post-TCJA Tax Considerations in Divorce Matters
- An Overview of Estate Planning for Blended Families
- Despite ‘Wayfair,’ SCOTUS Declares That ‘Quill’ Lives On
- Upstream Gifting: Leveraging The Estate Tax Exemption To Reduce Income Tax
- 18 Einhorn Barbarito Lawyers Included in 2022 Best Lawyers® Lists
- Adam L. Sandler To Present At NJICLE 2021 Estate Planning Summer Institute
- Adam Sandler Quoted In NJ.com Article, “Do I need a trust in case something happens to me?”
- Adam Sandler Quoted In NJ.com Article, “My sister put my inheritance in her name. What are my rights?”
- Twenty-Three Einhorn Barbarito Attorneys Named To The 2021 New Jersey Super Lawyers and Rising Stars Lists
- Adam Sandler Responds to NJ.com Query, “Are Trust Distributions Really Taxed At 37%?”
- Adam Sandler Quoted In NJ.com Article, “I Think My Mother Left A Retirement Account To Me. How Can I Find Out?”
- 5 Einhorn Barbarito Lawyers Named to 2021 Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch
- Adam L. Sandler Quoted in NJ.Com Article “What’s The Difference Between A DNR And A Living Will For Coronavirus Patients If They Need A Ventilator?”
- Matthew Rheingold And Adam Sandler To Speak At The Complete Trust Course
- Adam L. Sandler Featured In Law360 Article Discussing Supreme Court’s Ruling in North Carolina Department of Revenue v. The Kimberley Rice Kaestner 1992 Family Trust
- Adam Sandler Responds to NJ.com Query, “Who can deduct property taxes for this house?”
- Adam Sandler quoted in NJ.com article, “Can children from a first marriage contest a will?”
- Adam Sandler Responds To NJ.com Query, “How To Choose The Right Tax Preparer”
- Adam Sandler Responds to NJ.com Query, “How does the millionaire’s tax work in N.J.?”
- Adam L. Sandler Joins Einhorn Barbarito