Timothy P. Fisher has combined tax expertise with general corporate representation to provide fully integrated legal advice to the individual, business and international community. Over 40 years of experience in income tax, estate tax, pension, ERISA, international tax and general business law enables Tim to interpret and resolve clients’ personal and business concerns in a comprehensive manner.
Tim has degrees from the University of Notre Dame (BS in Physics) and New York University (JD and LLM Taxation). Tim represents closely held businesses and their principals. He also represents not-for-profit organizations, trusts and estates and individuals regarding estate planning, executive employment and compensation arrangements, benefits, income tax issues, and planning for foreign persons and businesses that intend to invest and/or enter the US.
Over the years, Tim has lectured on estate planning, pension and profit sharing plans, ESOPs, new tax legislation, ERISA, and deferred compensation programs for profit and not-for-profit companies and their executives, and international tax planning. He has also written articles on ESOPs and for ten years edited the tax chapter of Bertram Harnett’s “Responsibilities of Insurance Agents and Brokers,” published by Matthew Bender & Co. Tim assists the firm’s clients with respect to corporate and tax matters.
Timothy Fisher is admitted as an attorney in New York.