Neil B. Fang is a partner of the law firm of Schwartz, Fang & Keating, P.C. Mr. Fang is a recognized authority in the areas of estate and income tax planning, estate administration, family-owned business succession planning, charitable planning, elder law and real estate. He also successfully represents clients in contested estate and trust proceedings in addition to federal and state tax audits. His clients are generally high net worth individuals and families. He has helped them save millions of dollars in estate and income tax by implementing various well-proven tax planning techniques which he has refined over his many years of practice. In addition, Mr. Fang vigorously represents executors, trustees and beneficiaries of estates. He has broad experience in the probate and administration of estates in the Surrogate’s Court.
Mr. Fang is a member of the New York bar. He also served on the American Bar Association, Trust & Estates Committee, New York State Bar Association, Trust & Estates Committee, and Nassau County Bar Association, Trust & Estates Committee. Additionally, Mr. Fang is licensed as a Certified Public Accountant in New York and is a member of the New York State Society of CPAs.
In addition to obtaining his law degree, Mr. Fang has earned a Masters of Law in Taxation, Masters of Business in Accounting and Bachelors of Arts in Economics. Mr. Fang has lectured extensively on Estate and Tax Planning issues and has published articles on various tax related matters. He has co-authored the tax section of the Treatise entitled Elder Law and Guardianships in New York.