Brach Eichler names first woman in its history to serve on executive committee

By Emily Bader
Roseland | Apr 17, 2019 at 7:00 am

Brach Eichler LLC, a Roseland-based law firm, announced recently that Susan Dromsky-Reed, a member of the firm’s Trusts and Estates, Tax and Family Law practice areas, has been elected to its five-member executive committee.

Dromsky-Reed, Brach Eichler said, is the first woman in its history to serve in this role.

“We could not be more pleased to welcome Susan to Brach Eichler’s executive committee,” John D. Fanburg, managing member, said. “Susan is a highly accomplished attorney and a trusted partner who brings a wealth of business and financial expertise to the Committee. Her exceptional character, sound judgment and deep commitment to the growth and welfare of the firm exemplify the best of Brach Eichler. I speak for the entire executive committee when I say we could not be more delighted to work with Susan in this new capacity.”

Dromsky-Reed focuses her practice on estate planning as well as tax advice regarding spousal, intergenerational and business succession; charitable planning; life insurance planning; and the preparation of prenuptial agreements. She also focuses on trust structures and gifting techniques, trust management, estate administration and more.

She joined Brach Eichler as an associate in 1997. Earlier in her career, Dromsky-Reed was a law clerk for the Honorable Robert J. Passero, Superior Court of New Jersey, Passaic County, Family Part.

“I am honored to be joining the executive committee and working with my partners to identify new opportunities for growth as well as provide exceptional counsel and service to our clients. Since joining Brach Eichler over 20 years ago, I have been impressed with the firm’s passion and dedication to mentorship and collaboration. In my new role, I hope to continue to cultivate an environment that is supportive, energizing, and allows our entire firm to thrive and succeed,” Dromsky-Reed said.

Dromsky-Reed is currently a trustee of the the Essex County Estate Planning Council and a member of the board and chair of the scholarship committee of Executive Women of New Jersey.

Emily Bader | ebader@roi-nj.com | emilybader