About the Firm:
A fellow of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel, Daniel Scheyer has concentrated in estate planning and the administration of trusts and estates since his admission to the Bar in 1950.
Experienced in contested Internal Revenue proceedings, will contests and contested accountings, he has frequently been retained as Counsel by other attorneys of record.
He has served on the Committee of Trusts and Estates and Surrogates Courts and the Committee on Estate and Gift Taxation of the New York City Bar Association as well as on its Committee on Military Justice. He has also been a member of the Committee on Estate and Trust Litigation and Controversy and the Committee on Technology Economics of the American Bar Association, and the Trusts and Estates section of the New York State Bar Association.
An author of articles on estate planning for New York and Change magazines, a lecturer before the Practicing Law Institute and the New York State Bar Association, he is a co-author of treatises on federal taxation.
Daniel Scheyer is a Lieutenant Colonel of the Judge Advocate General's Corps of the United States Army Reserve (Ret.) and was a Trustee of the Village of Sands Point, for 20 years in New York, where he also served for many years as Chairman of its Board of Zoning Appeals, and is now Associate Justice of the Village.
Daniel Scheyer, Esq., 7 Tibbits Lane, Port Washington, NY 11050