Withers welcomes New York trusts & estates partner Caryn Young

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International law firm Withers has welcomed trusts and estates partner Caryn Young to its New York team. Caryn joins the firm from Day Pitney and has also previously practiced trusts and estates law at Windels Marx and Fox Rothschild.

Caryn’s work covers the whole range of trusts and estates issues, from advising on estate and gift tax planning, through to dealing with tax audits and managing the administration of estates. Furthermore, Caryn often assists clients with business succession planning and execution. Her clients comprise a wide range of professionals, business owners, well-known artists and their estates, as well as successful families.

Alongside her legal career, Caryn has worked in varied roles relating to international financial development issues, including as managing director, global head of programs, at the Financial Services Volunteer Corps, as project manager for the International Finance Corporation in Belarus and Ukraine and as a consultant in Ukraine and Kazakhstan for KPMG Peat Marwick.

Jay Dinwoodie, CEO of Withers’ Private Client & Tax division, comments: “We welcome Caryn to our leading US private client team. Caryn’s focus on representing clients and business owners in the New York area is really valuable to us. Her ability to handle clients’ estate matters from start to finish is vital to building strong and enduring relationships.”

Caryn adds: “Withers is a leading firm in the New York and international private client markets and is a true powerhouse for estate planning work. I look forward to working with skilled colleagues to ensure that my clients benefit from the best advice to thrive in both their personal and professional lives.”