Foster Friedman concentrates his practice on planning and controversial matters involving estates and trusts. Mr. Friedman has extensive experience in advising on transfers of wealth in the following situations: from one generation to another, especially the orderly and tax-efficient succession of family-owned businesses; and through preparing and implementing wills, trusts, family limited partnerships and limited liability companies. He also serves individual clients seeking to transfer their assets to their hand-picked beneficiaries. When handling matter of estate planning, Mr. Friedman considers the impact of estate, federal income, gift and generation-skipping transfer taxes on the transmission of wealth. Mr. Friedman also helps clients achieve tax savings by establishing trusts for family members’ benefit and advising client about charitable giving that could be used to reduce taxes. This sort of planning includes providing for family members’ special needs and protecting family assets through professional management.?