Benjamin Carthew received his Bachelor of Arts degree in History, while also undertaking a minor concentration in Politics from the University of Virginia and received his Master of Arts degree in History from the City College of New York. Completing his twelfth year with the firm, Mr. Carthew is actively involved in all aspects of wealth transfer, tax planning and philanthropy. As a leader in our Estate Planning Practice Group, he has been particularly dedicated to developing our peer-acclaimed documents and the most intricate strategies to help ensure the most efficient transfer of wealth between our clients and their loved ones. Ben enjoys conveying sophisticated techniques to our successful clientele and is not only committed to imparting to them a comprehension of critical planning, but is also driven by his desire to ensure that their most profound and dearly held wishes are satisfied. He is a fervent believer in the importance of ongoing education in our ever-changing industry. As a result, he has spearheaded efforts to enhance our practice and stay ahead of our competition through the research of the latest progress in the field and participation in seminars, including the prestigious Heckerling Institute on Estate Planning. When away from the office, Ben is devoted to his other passion, historical enrichment, and recently completed his Master’s thesis, a comprehensive study and analysis of Manhattan’s early twentieth century environment as a part of the larger processes of urbanization in American cities during this period. He also enjoys performing genealogical research, cooking, fishing, and all things sports, especially Green Bay Packers football.
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