Alec R. Borenstein is counsel at Avelino Law. His estate planning practice involves drafting wills and trusts, including revocable trusts, grantor trusts, and charitable trusts, with a particular focus on commercial real estate. Alec provides strategic guidance to business owners on business succession planning, offering expertise in crafting operating agreements, shareholder agreements, and commercial leases. Within his estate administration practice, Alec adeptly guides clients through the complexities of the probate process with a commitment to efficiency. Dedicated to keeping his clients well-informed and positioned for success, Alec proactively monitors the ever-evolving legal landscape, particularly in areas impacting taxation. He ensures that client plans are regularly updated to reflect changes in laws, to help safeguard their interests. Alec possesses a comprehensive understanding of his clients’ needs, consistently advising with an eye toward the broader context of potential life changes, such as new real estate investments, inheritances, divorces, or long-term care planning.

Currently pursuing an LL.M. in Taxation at Loyola Law School, Alec earned his law degree from the same institution, where he distinguished himself as the Chief Articles Editor of the Loyola Law Review.

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Loyola Law School

Columbia University

New Jersey

New York