Tae’s practice primarily focuses on laws governing wills, trusts, estates and elder law. He is a former partner of a New York elder law firm and served as a member of the adjunct faculty at City University of New York, School of Professional Studies, where he taught elder law. He has been appointed by judges of the Supreme Court of the State of New York to serve as Court Evaluator in guardianship cases involving seniors suffering from Alzheimer’s disease and other serious disabilities. He has served as a lecturer for government Medicaid agency officials and staff members, attorneys, CPAs and social workers.
Brooklyn Law School (William P. Richardson Scholar)—2005.
New York, New Jersey*
Certified Public Accountant, New York*
*Licensed, but not in active practice.