Harrison & Held, LLP is proud to announce that it has again been ranked among the best law practices in the Chambers High Net Worth Guide for 2022. In addition to the firm’s Band 1 practice ranking in Missouri and Band 2 practice ranking in Georgia for Private Wealth Law, partners Lawrence Brody, Kimberly Civins, Stephen B. Daiker, Louis S. Harrison, Matthew Madsen, and Tiffany McKenzie are each ranked individually. Additionally, Dyke Arboneaux was ranked in Chambers Global 2022 in the Tax-USA section.
Chambers High Net Worth Guide is the only legal ranking publication specifically aimed at the international private wealth market, gathering substantive feedback from clients and peers globally. The rankings are the result of significant research, including client and industry interviews. Chambers collects hundreds of thousands of responses from clients, the majority of which are conducted via in-depth interviews.
Harrison & Held was recognized for working with high net worth individuals and families on a range of private client issues, focusing on trusts and estates, charitable planning, tax matters, and family law cases. Chambers noted that Harrison & Held has a “solid reputation for its expertise in these areas” and cited a source who said that “there is a great team at Harrison & Held.”
Dyke Arboneaux (Global 2022, Tax-USA)
Dyke is ranked in the Global 2022 guide for expertise based abroad. Dyke is frequently called upon to advise on cross-border transactions involving US tax issues.
Lawrence Brody (Private Wealth Law, Band 1 in Missouri; Band 2 in the Central Region, USA; Band 1 in Life Insurance Specialists, USA)
Lawrence is ranked not only for Chambers in Missouri but also for the entire Central United States and the Life Insurance Specialists section. In addition, Lawrence was described as a “go-to” and “big-time when it comes to life insurance and estate planning” by interviewees.
Kimberly Civins (Private Wealth Law, Band 2 in Georgia)
Chambers recognized Kimberly for her work advising clients on estate planning and administration, charitable planning, and tax matters. She also advises on trust litigation.
Stephen B. Daiker (Private Wealth Law, Band 3 in Missouri)
Stephen was ranked for his work advising affluent clients on trust and estate planning and administration. A source noted that he “has a very good reputation in the community.”
Louis S. Harrison (Private Wealth Law, Band 1 in Illinois)
Louis has extensive experience in trust and estate planning for wealthy individuals and privately held businesses and family offices. Sources described Louis as “an excellent attorney” and a “very highly regarded and respected practitioner.”
Matthew Madsen (Private Wealth Law, Band 2 in Missouri)
Matthew is described as “solid; he is articulate, he knows what he is talking about.” Madsen advises his high net worth clients on matters relating to estates, trusts, charitable planning and business succession.
Tiffany McKenzie (Private Wealth Law, Up and Coming in Georgia)
Tiffany was recognized for her exceptional work advising wealthy individuals and families on a range of wealth transfer matters, including estate planning and administration and business succession planning.
Harrison & Held advises high net worth individuals and families on a broad range of private client matters. In addition, the team has expertise handling trust and estate planning and administration, business succession, charitable planning, and fiduciary litigation.
About Chambers High Net Worth Guide
Chambers rankings are based significantly on client feedback and peer recognition. The Chambers High Net Worth Guide covers private wealth management work and related specializations in key jurisdictions worldwide, featuring in-depth editorial about the leading lawyers and law firms for wealthy individuals and families. Chambers High Net Worth Guide also features listings and information about many top accountancy and tax firms, private banks, wealth management firms, and multi-family offices acting for high net worth individuals. Please click here for a complete list of Harrison & Held’s Chambers recognition, please click here.
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