Tax, Trusts & Estates Co-Chair Matthew Rheingold Featured in Law360 About Corporate Transparency Act, Estate Tax Exemption Changes, and the Estate Law Components of Prenuptial AgreementsJanuary 26, 2024
Partner, and newly appointed co-chair of the firm’s taxation and wills and trusts and estates practice groups, Matthew Rheingold, spoke with Law360 Pulse reporter Jake Maher about his role and the impact of legislative changes applicable to individuals and businesses.
“I’ve been working with Gary [Botwinick] and the firm for 8½ years at this point,” Rheingold told Law360 Pulse, adding, “I’m truly honored to take on this new role.” Rheingold discussed his team’s collaboration with the firm’s family law group, particularly on drafting prenuptial agreements, saying, “Most people focus on the divorce, but just as important is what happens at death…We get involved with respect to negotiating and drafting those documents alongside our family law counterparts.”
Additionally, Rheingold noted the estate tax exemption changes coming in 2026, stating, “Many people who don’t have an estate tax issue right now will have an estate tax situation at that point. We’re meeting with clients to discuss that issue now so that we’re not waiting until January 2026 or even late 2025 to have those discussions.” He also noted that the tax and estate teams have been reaching out to clients who may be affected by the new requirements of the Corporate Transparency Act.
Read the full article, Einhorn Barbarito Adds Co-Head To Tax And Estates Teams (subscription required.)