Tamir Dardashtian, Esq. is a tax principal and licensed attorney in Anchin’s tax department, where he is also a member of the firm’s Private Client Group and Trust & Estates Services Group. Throughout his career, Tamir has handled all aspects of taxation and planning for high net worth families and large trusts and estates. He brings a distinctive outlook and expertise to his clients.
Tamir has been involved with setting up creative estate plans and effective wealth transfer strategies for many of Anchin’s long-standing clients. He works closely with trustees and executors, leading them through intricate tax laws and collaborating with top professionals in the industry. Tamir also specializes in the preparation of complicated estate and gift tax returns, fiduciary income tax returns, and judicial accountings and has rendered expert testimony in Surrogate Court.
Tamir is a frequent speaker on trust and estate topics. He has been a keynote speaker for the Foundation for Accounting Education (FAE) Estate Administration Conference and has authored numerous articles on a variety of subjects. Tamir has published work in the Law Firm Partnership & Benefits Report and Accounting and Financial Planning for Law Firms; he has also been featured in several webinars and quoted in The New York Times.
Tamir is a member of the Estate Planning Council of NYC and is currently serving on the Estate Planning Committee of the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants (NYSSCPA).
Tamir completed his Bachelor’s Degree in Science – Business Administration with a focus in Accounting & Finance at the Boston University School of Management and completed his Juris Doctor at Brooklyn Law School. He is fluent in Hebrew & conversant in Farsi.
- Private Client
- Tax Planning and Compliance
- Trusts and Estates
- How to Minimize Estate IssuesJune 30, 2017
In recent years, the passing of pop culture icons has brought attention to the issue of estate matters. Michael Jackson’s death in 2009 posed an interesting estate valuation issue.
- Skipping a Generation - Why and HowAugust 31, 2016
Leaving assets to grandchildren might make sense for some estates with multi-generational goals