Tamar is an attorney with 15 years of experience representing high net worth clients, as well as individual and corporate fiduciaries, in a broad range of matters related to estate planning and to estate and trust administration.
In addition to drafting the documents required to implement estate plans, Tamar advises individuals and families about estate, gift and GST taxes, business succession planning, and charitable giving. Tamar’s estate and trust administration practice is focused on advising fiduciaries regarding duties and best practices, reviewing fiduciary accountings and preparing documents related to trust and estate administration, preparing estate and gift tax returns, and representing fiduciaries in probate court proceedings and in tax audits.
Tamar was raised in New Jersey. She graduated summa cum laude from Yeshiva University, with a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature. She attended law school at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law. After her 1L summer, Tamar interned for Judge Alvin K. Hellerstein of the Southern District of New York. Tamar graduated from law school in 2008 and began her legal career (2008 to 2019) as an attorney in the Private Client Services department of a large law firm in New York City. In 2019 Tamar left her firm and became general counsel of the one of the largest Jewish community foundations in North America, while continuing to work as a consulting attorney for her former firm. In her work at the community foundation, Tamar drafts gifts agreements, represents the foundation in connection with donations of large, complex assets to donor advised funds and supporting organizations, works with the foundation board and affiliated boards on corporate governance issues, and handles various legal issues that arise. Tamar joined the Firm as a consulting attorney in 2023. She is licensed to practice in New York (2008) and New Jersey (2009).