Alyssa S. Grossbard
Alyssa S. Grossbard, licensed to practice law in New York, is a 2012 graduate of the University of Oxford, where she majored in history, and a 2015 graduate of Columbia Law School. While at Columbia, she interned in the development department at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts and taught a course on charitable solicitation at Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts, both in Manhattan. In the course of her writing career, she has authored articles across the spectrum of law and personal finance, specializing in retirement and estate planning, family law, personal income taxation and nonprofit organizations.
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