Mark D. Rich is a partner in the Tax Practice Group, where he focuses primarily on international tax planning, pre-immigration tax planning, and US and international trust and estate planning.
Mark advises numerous high-net-worth US and foreign families on a broad range of legal issues, including succession, wealth-transfer, and estate planning and administration. He works closely with clients to help them understand and identify their unique needs and tax positions, and his counsel is focused on enabling individuals, families, and family offices to achieve their specific financial, business, and philanthropic objectives.
Mark has extensive experience in multi-generational tax planning for family businesses, as well as the diversification of family assets, including concentrated positions in marketable securities. Mark also advises clients on the structuring of ownership of US investments and business interests through corporations, trusts, partnerships, foundations, and limited liability companies.
In addition to advising on US assets and investments, Mark represents private clients with significant business interests in Argentina, Bermuda, the Cayman Islands, the Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Honduras, and Venezuela, as well as in Puerto Rico, on complex international tax planning issues. He works extensively and in coordination with international clients’ non-US counsel and other lawyers in jurisdictions located around the world.
Mark has specific experience counseling US and non-US private clients with structuring and acquisition of aircraft and yachts, and has worked extensively with US, European, and Latin American private clients in real estate and other business ventures in the United States and with US corporations in their international activities.
Mark is a regularly published author on foreign investment and tax-related matters.