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Cheryl Hader's practice focuses on domestic and international estate planning, probate and trust administration, as well as prenuptial matters, private foundations and public charities. In addition to general estate planning and the preparation of wills and trust agreements, Ms. Hader advises clients on estate, gift and income tax planning in connection with such complex areas as closely-held business interests, private equity funds, hedge funds and the disposition and administration of intellectual property rights.
Ms. Hader is a frequent lecturer on trusts and estates topics for such organizations as the New York State Bar Association and the Foundation for Accounting Education. She has been quoted often in national publications, including The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal. She is the author of a book on estate freezes published by the Practicing Law Institute (2000) entitled Estate Planning and Chapter 14: Understanding the Special Valuation Rules (now in its second edition). An editor of Probate and Administration in New York Estates, she has also written numerous articles for the New York Law Journal and Estate Planning. Ms. Hader has been listed in Chambers USA (2011‑2014), Best Lawyers in America (2007‑2015), Legal 500 US (2013-2014) and New York Super Lawyers (2006-2014).