Brad Shalit has joined Fox Rothschild as a partner in the Taxation and Wealth Planning Department, the firm said Tuesday.
He will work out of the Morristown office.
“Brad draws on more than two decades of experience and a deep understanding of the ever-evolving tax landscape to provide individuals, nonprofits, businesses, estates and trusts with sophisticated legal and tax planning guidance,” Morristown Office Managing Partner Catherine Youngman said.
Shalit frequently counsels high net worth individuals on estate planning and asset protection strategies. He also advises public charities, family foundations, partnerships and limited liability companies on significant tax issues.
Beyond his practice, Shalit is a sought-after speaker who lectures on estate planning, asset protection and related topics.
He received his LL.M. from New York University School of Law, J.D. from Hofstra University School of Law and B.S. from Lehigh University.
Prior to joining Fox, Shalit was a partner at Connell Foley LLP.