GENE R. KORF
Mr. Korf has more than 25 years of concentrated experience in the fields of estate planning, estate and trust administration, charitable giving and the representation of family foundations and other tax-exempt organizations. Mr. Korf’s practice highlights sophisticated multi-generation tax and estate planning, the creation and management of private foundations, the counseling of fiduciaries as well as the integration and supervision of family advisors and the creation of tax and business planning entities. Mr. Korf serves as Executive Director of The Blanche & Irving Laurie Foundation, one of New Jersey’s largest and most highly respected foundations. He is a trustee of The Roundabout Theatre Company. Mr. Korf has long been recognized in Who’s Who in America and is the recipient of The Tony Award (2003) as well as the Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Awards (1990) and the New York City Center/Leonard Harris Award (2001).
L.L.M. Taxation, 1983, New York University
J.D. 1977, Brooklyn Law School
B.A., Summa Cum Laude, 1974, Hunter College of the City of New York, Phi Beta Kappa
New York, New Jersey;
District Court, Southern District of New York
U.S. Tax Court
Recognized in Who’s Who in America
Member, American Bar Association
(Real Property, Probate and Trusts
Law Section, Section of Taxation);
New Jersey Bar Association;
Executive Director, The Blanche & Irving Laurie Foundation
Co-Author: “How an Estate Planning Practice Is Affected by the Economic Recovery Tax Act of 1981,” 8 Estate Planning 329-334;
“How to Handle Employer Benefits and Other Special Assets of the Corporate Executive,” 10 Estate Planning 214-219.
Speaker, New Jersey ICLE program, “Counseling the Elderly,” 1984; “Confronting the Generation-Skipping Tax,” Fairleigh Dickinson University Tax Institute.