January 26, 2023

Volume XIII, Number 26

Lindsay A. Rehns

Lindsay A. Rehns is a partner in the Private Client Services Department. Her diverse private client services practice includes estate, gift and generation-skipping transfer tax planning, probate, estate and trust administration matters and preparing and negotiating prenuptial and postnuptial agreements. Lindsay assists high net worth individuals and families with developing suitable estate plans to maximize and protect the transfer of wealth to future generations. She is able to carefully navigate the often sensitive family dynamics involved in representing individuals and can make complex issues more comprehensible to her clients so they can make informed decisions about their assets.

Lindsay also supports Proskauer’s fiduciary litigators on estate, trust and tax related matters both relating to trial and settlement negotiations. She has extensive experience handling IRS estate and gift tax audits and prepares and reviews gift and estate tax returns.

Lindsay is experienced in implementing advanced estate planning techniques, including:

  • Estate, gift and generation-skipping transfer tax planning
    • Drafting wills, trusts and other estate planning documents

    • Charitable gift planning, including forming foundations and charitable trusts and obtaining IRS tax-exempt status

    • Life insurance planning

    • Asset protection planning

    • Coordinating transfers and estate plans among generations  

  • Estate and trust administration

    • Preparing and filing estate and gift tax returns

    • Representing fiduciaries and beneficiaries in the probate and administration process 

    •  Post-mortem tax planning

    • Probate court proceedings

    • Handling all aspects of estate administration, from marshaling assets to asset distribution

Lindsay has worked both in Proskauer’s Florida and New York offices and frequently travels between offices to best service clients. She is qualified to practice in Florida, New York and Georgia.

Articles in the National Law Review database by Lindsay A. Rehns