Roslyn works with individuals, families and business owners to integrate their personal goals with their wealth preservation objectives in a tax-efficient manner, with an emphasis on traditional estate planning tools such as wills and trusts.
“Good estate planning can help your loved ones not just at the time of your death, but for many, many years afterward. And it isn’t as hard as you might think!”
Roslyn has extensive experience with federal and state tax matters, as well as a thorough understanding of the non-tax benefits of well-designed estate planning vehicles. Her practice is focused on strategies for preserving and transferring family wealth, including estate and charitable planning, probate and estate administration, planning for gift, estate and generation-skipping taxes, and structuring entities such as specialized trusts, family limited partnerships and others.
- Georgia State University College of Law, Juris Doctor
- Georgia State University and Georgia State Board of Accountancy, Certified Public Accountant
- Georgia State University, Masters of Taxation
- Masters in Philosophy (“all but dissertation”), Economics, Columbia University
- City College of New York, Bachelor of Arts, cum laude
- Yeshiva University, Bachelor of Arts
Honors, Awards and Community
- Atlanta Estate Planning Council, Member
- Philanthropic Advisor Leadership Institute (PALI), Alumnus
- Torah Day School of Atlanta, Founding Board Member and Vice-President
Outside of Work
As lifelong beneficiaries of outstanding Jewish educational opportunities and strong Jewish communities, Roslyn and her husband, Henry, have always been involved in all sorts of Jewish community activities and endeavors. Having raised three children in Atlanta, they are now privileged to watch those children raise their own growing families. When not hanging out with their grandchildren, Roslyn and Henry try to travel as often as they can.