Elliot Dizon Worledge is an Associate in the firm’s Trusts & Estates, Private Wealth & Taxation and Tax Exempt Organizations Practice Groups.
Her practice is concentrated on assisting high-net worth families with estate and gift tax planning. Elliot is experienced in drafting custom estate planning documents for each client, including wills, revocable trusts, residence trusts, life insurance trusts, irrevocable family trusts, and operating agreements. Elliot is also a co-author to “Unequal Inheritances: A Final Parental Communication” published in the Trusts and Estates Magazine this February 2021.
Elliot received her J.D., cum laude, from Brooklyn Law School, and her B.A. in Political Science and Philosophy, Politics, and Law from SUNY Binghamton. During law school, Elliot clerked for Cahill & Cahill focusing on trusts and estates litigation matters in New York City, and for Meltzer Lippe focusing on estate and gift tax planning and drafting. She also served as an editor for the Brooklyn Journal of International Law, and as the Social and Publicity Chair of the Asian Pacific-American Law Student Association. Elliot is currently admitted to the Appellate Division, Second Department in the State of New York.
Elliot was born and raised in Manila, Philippines and is fluent in Tagalog. During her free time, she enjoys propagating and tending to her 80+ houseplants, sampling different tea flavors, and reading David Sedaris books with her partner Greg and dear cat Toto.