Alec R. Borenstein is counsel in the firm’s Trusts & Estates, Corporate & Business Law, and Commercial Real Estate practice groups. His estate planning practice involves drafting wills and trusts, including revocable trusts, grantor trusts, and charitable trusts. Alec also advises business owners on business and succession planning, including operating agreements, shareholder agreements, and commercial leases. He enjoys educating business owners on the ways in which planning for a multitude of outcomes can greatly benefit the business’s bottom line.
Alec proactively monitors the many changing laws that impact his clients daily to ensure plans are updated and that clients remain well-positioned for success, particularly from a tax perspective. Alec has the ability to see the big picture and advises accordingly, always factoring in the potential for a major life change, be it a new real estate investment, inheritance, divorce or long-term care planning.
He is currently pursuing an LL.M. in Taxation at Loyola Law School.
In Alec's Words:
“My number one goal is to help clients with the practicalities of planning – for themselves, their family members, and their business interests. Life changes happen and I work to ensure my clients are secure no matter what the situation. I never see the plan as a hypothetical situation. It needs to be practical, substantiated, and concrete on every level.”
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J.D., cum laude, Order of the Coif, Loyola Law School; Chief Articles Editor, Loyola Law School Law Review
B.A., Columbia University