Morris & McVeigh LLP

Morris & McVeigh LLP is one of the oldest law firms in New York City and has been in continuous existence since its founding in 1862. The firm presently offers comprehensive legal services to foreign and domestic clients both individual and corporate, to partnerships, other business entities and to various not-for-profit organizations and foundations. These services include matters relating to estate planning, probate and estate administration and litigation, the law of Wills and Trusts, matrimonial matters, income, estate and gift taxation, corporate, securities and general business law, real estate and commercial law and general civil practice.

Richard J. Miller, Jr., Esq.

Richard J. Miller, Jr. is a Member of the New York law firm of Morris & McVeigh LLP, one of the oldest law firms in New York State. His firm maintains offices in New York City and in Albany. Mr. Miller’s practice is in tax, estate and trust planning, administration and litigation and the representation of cultural institutions. His practice encompasses all matters of sophisticated wealth transfer tax planning and administration for individuals, families and organizations.

From 1989 through 1993, Mr. Miller was associated with the Wall Street law firm of Dewey, Ballantine, Bushby, Palmer & Wood.

Mr. Miller has been an Adjunct Professor of Law at Albany Law School, and has lectured frequently on tax and estate related matters. He is a member of numerous bar associations and committees, including the Surrogate’s Court Advisory Committee and the Judicial Screening Committee for the Third Department. He is admitted to practice in New York, Florida, Colorado, Connecticut and the District of Columbia, has been named in Best Lawyers since 2009. He is a Fellow of the American College of Trusts and Estates Counsel (ACTEC)

Mr. Miller was appointed Chairman of the Nelson A. Rockefeller Empire State Plaza Performing Arts Center Corporation by Governor Pataki in 1998 and is a former Commissioner of the New York State Canal Recreationway Commission.

He is the President of the Metropolitan Opera Guild and an Advisory Director of the Metropolitan Opera. He also serves on numerous other volunteer boards and organizations, including the Emma Willard School, the Bagby Foundation for the Musical Arts, Inc., the American Associates of the Royal Academy Trust, and the International Festival of Aix-en-Provence.

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