R. Mark Hochberg, Esq.
R. Mark Hochberg, Esq. — Partner, received a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from Rutgers University, a law degree from Brooklyn Law School, and a graduate degree with a concentration in Estate Planning and Taxation from the University of Miami Law School.
Mr. Hochberg is a member of the New York, New Jersey and Florida Bar Associations, and is admitted to practice before the United States Tax Court and the Supreme Court of the United States.
Mr. Hochberg has lectured and written extensively on estate planning topics. He was an adjunct instructor at Adelphi University for 10 years and is a former columnist for Financial World Magazine, where he wrote a monthly column on a wide range of issues dealing with personal and estate planning.
Mr. Hochberg has been interviewed in The New York Times and other prominent publications and has written articles for The Tax Advisor and The CPA Journal. His patient and understanding manner is well-suited for the field he has chosen: “I enjoy working with and helping people. This area of the law is not detached and impersonal as some are other specialties. Estate planning is a cooperative process; it is not confrontational in nature.”
Mark resides in Plainview, New York, with his wife, Sharon, (a financial consultant) and two daughters.