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Michael Markhoff


Danziger & Markhoff

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Michael Markhoff is a partner in the White Plains law firm of Danziger & Markhoff LLP. He is a graduate of Columbia College (1987) and Brooklyn Law School (1990) and is listed in Best Lawyers in America -Trusts and Estates and Category and Super Lawyers – Trusts and Estates Category. 

He is Past President of the Estate Planning Council of Westchester County, Inc. (2007-2008)(where he also served on the Board of Directors from 1998-2001), Past President of the Hudson Valley Estate Planning Council (2012-2013)(where he also serves on the Board of Directors), Past Chairman of the Trusts and Estates Section of the Westchester County Bar Association (1998-2000), Past Director of the Westchester Chapter of the Society of Financial Service Professionals (2001-2005) and Past President of the Northern Westchester Bar Association (2001-2002) and the White Plains Bar Association (2004-2005). Michael was the Ninth District Delegate to the New York State Bar Association Trusts and Estates Section (2003 – 2005) as well as a member of its Executive Committee (2000 – 2005). 

He also served as the Ninth District Delegate to the House of Delegates of the New York State Bar Association (2005-2008).Michael has also been a member of the Board of Trustees of the Bedford Free Library since 2005, a member of the Board of Advisors of the Westchester Community Foundation since 2012 and a member of the Board of Directors of Fox Lane Youth Lacrosse, Inc. 

He is also a member of the Westchester County (Sections on Tax and Trusts and Estates), Connecticut (Estates and Probate Section) and American (Sections on Real Property, Probate and Trust Law) Bar Associations as well as the Estate Planning Council of Rockland County, Inc.

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