Alan Rothschild has practiced estate planning, taxation and tax-exempt law in Columbus and Atlanta for over 35 years. In the estate planning area, Mr. Rothschild works with individuals and their advisors to design estate plans that effectively address each client’s unique tax, business and family goals. Much of his work in this area focuses on successful strategies for multi-generational wealth succession planning, including the transition of family businesses and family lands to future generations.
Mr. Rothschild also has extensive experience advising clients on the design and implementation of thoughtful and effective charitable gifts – both while the client is in life, through techniques such as private foundations, donor-advised funds, conservation easements and charitable trusts, and at death, through their wills and testamentary trusts.
A substantial part of Mr. Rothschild’s practice is dedicated to the representation of tax exempt organizations throughout the southeastern United States. Representative clients include university-related foundations, family foundations, community foundations, and regional non-profits in the areas of education, the arts, social services and religious activities. Since, 2015, Mr. Rothschild has served as an Adjunct Professor at the University of Miami School of Law, where he teaches a course in the Master of Law program on Charitable Giving and Exempt Organizations.
Probate and estate administration also constitute an important part of Mr. Rothschild’s practice. This includes the representation of individual beneficiaries, executors and trustees, as well as representing corporate fiduciaries in the probate and administration of estates and the on-going administration of trusts. Mr. Rothschild also has significant experience resolving tax audits, estate disputes and dealing with the challenges of an aging population, including guardianships, conservatorships, and health care decision making.
Atlanta Office address: 1418 Dresden Dr. NE #240, Atlanta, GA 30319