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Dyke Arboneaux

Dyke Arboneaux advises on the international aspects of U.S. tax matters and international asset structuring and succession planning.  She has a particular expertise in planning for families and assets that are exposed to multiple jurisdictions.  She is part of a multi-office team that also advises trustees and international families and family offices on planning for U.S. beneficiaries and U.S. investments, expatriation from the United States, pre-immigration tax issues for foreign individuals who plan to become a U.S. tax resident, and general international estate structuring and estate administration matters.

Education

  • Harvard University, J.D., cum laude, 1988
  • University College of Wales, Rotary Scholar, 1984
  • University of Arkansas-Fayetteville, B.A., 1984

Organizations

  • Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners
  • International Fellow of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel

Admissions

  • Massachusetts, 1989
  • Solicitor of England and Wales, 1995
  • Not licensed to practice law in Tennessee

Awards & Honors

  • Chambers Global Guide for International Private Client Lawyers (2011 through 2021) (Band 2)
  • Chambers Global Guide for Tax (2020 Expert Based Abroad)
  • Chambers High Net Worth Guide (2017 – 2019)
  • Private Client Global Elite
  • Who’s Who Legal Private Client Thought Leaders
  • Citywealth Leaders List and Powerwomen List
  • Expert Guides: Trusts and Estates; Women in Business Law

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