Marnin Michaels has been practicing law for more than 15 years in the areas of tax and international private banking. He also handles insurance matters, particularly as it relates to tax investigations and wealth management. Mr. Michaels has written extensively for many publications, including The Journal of International Taxation, Tax Planning International, Tax Planning Financial Review, Private Client Business, International Tax Review, World Money Laundering Review, and The New York State Bar Association Trusts & Estates Journal.
Mr. Michaels focuses his practice on international estate planning and taxation of trusts for families with connections in the US. He counsels clients on US withholding tax and qualified intermediary rule, as well as money laundering avoidance legislation.