Anthony K. Khatchoui is an Associate in the firm’s Trusts & Estates, Tax Exempt Organizations and Private Wealth & Taxation Practice Groups.
Anthony’s practice focuses on preserving generational wealth for high-net-worth individuals by minimizing or avoiding gift, estate and generation-skipping transfer taxes. Anthony regularly reviews clients’ existing estate planning documents and prepares detailed proposals outlining sophisticated estate planning techniques that would enhance their plan by producing a more tax-efficient transfer of wealth. He is also responsible for drafting clients’ estate planning documents and creates custom flowcharts to illustrate how seemingly esoteric techniques form a cohesive strategy for the benefit of loved ones.
As a new parent himself, Anthony enjoys helping families with their initial set of estate planning documents. He regularly drafts revocable living trusts, wills and ancillary documents for new parents as well as for seasoned parents who are at or near retirement.
Prior to joining the firm, Anthony was a Senior Associate of a Tier 1 nationally ranked law firm by U.S. News & World Report in the practice area of Trusts & Estates Law. He was also a Senior Associate of a New York City law firm that focused on estate planning, corporate transactions and the formation of captive insurance companies for high-net-worth individuals.
Anthony received his B.A. summa cum laude from Binghamton University and his J.D. cum laude from Boston University School of Law. He was a Paul J. Liacos Scholar with a second-year cumulative grade point average in the top ten percent, and an Edward F. Hennessy Distinguished Scholar for having a third-year cumulative grade point average in the top fifteen of students. Anthony also received the Dean’s Award in the course, Mutual Funds.
Prior to graduating law school, Anthony interned for a New York City law firm where his research was incorporated in an amicus brief to the Supreme Court of the United States in the case, Kentucky v. Davis.