Matthew A. Levitsky
Matthew handles a range of taxation and wealth planning matters, including domestic and international estate planning, business succession planning, tax controversies, estate and trust administration and charitable giving, for both corporate and individual clients as well as tax-exempt organizations.
Matthew regularly prepares a variety of estate planning documents, such as wills, trusts, GRATs, QPRTs, charitable trusts, grantor trusts, settlement agreements, special needs trusts and powers of attorney, and he is well-versed in drafting shareholder and partnership agreements.
In addition, Matthew works with a variety of corporate clients on tax structuring for business formations, combinations and dispositions. He also has significant experience drafting and reviewing the tax aspects of a range of documents, including merger and acquisition agreements, tax opinions, SEC registration statements, and partnership, limited liability company and joint venture operating agreements.
Before Fox Rothschild
Matthew served as a visiting instructor at Rutgers University School of Law, where he led a course aimed at introducing students to federal income taxation. While earning his LL.M. from New York University, he served as Graduate Editor of the Journal of Law and Liberty
Beyond Fox Rothschild
Matthew is a volunteer attorney for the Philadelphia Volunteers for the Indigent Program, where he represents taxpayers in various tax controversy matters. As a result of his efforts, he was named to the First Judicial District of Pennsylvania's Pro Bono Roll of Honor. Matthew is also actively involved in the Philadelphia Estate Planning Council.