Francis J. Mirabello, Esq.
Francis J. Mirabello concentrates his practice on estate planning; closely held business planning, including succession and philanthropic matters, and shareholder agreements; and federal income, estate, and gift taxation. He also handles charitable trusts, foundations and nonprofit organizations, family law, international tax, and real estate planning. An active writer and lecturer, Francis speaks frequently on estate and trust administration and income, and estate and gift tax planning. Francis recently presented, “Current Developments in Insurance Trusts,” at the New York University Tax Institute; and “US Tax Planning for Foreigners,” at the University of Miami Estate Planning Institute. He has taught “Income Taxation of Estates and Trusts” at the University of Pennsylvania Law School; and “US Taxation of Foreigners,” as part of the Villanova Law School’s graduate tax program. Francis is a proud member of the Class of 1972 and the founder of the Francis G. Mirabello Scholarship that provides tuition assistance to the son or daughter of a member of the New York City Fire Department.