Jane Tse is Special Counsel in the Private Client Group of Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP, resident in the New York office. Ms. Tse has more than twenty years' experience in tax-oriented estate planning, both international and domestic.
Ms. Tse has lectured on estate planning topics, including the following: Federal Gift, Estate and Generation Skipping Transfer Taxation of the Nonresident Alien, International Tax and Personal Planning (PLI June 2004); Planning for Generation-Skipping Transfers, 35th Annual Estate Planning Institute (PLI September 2004); Planning Opportunities between Generations: U.S. Fortunes Destined for U.S. Beneficiaries, IBC Conference, Miami, Florida (October 2004); Estate Planning for Nonresident Aliens with U.S. Connections," Valuation, Taxation & Planning Techniques for Sophisticated Estates (PLI March 2005); Income Taxation of Foreign Grantor and NonGrantor Trusts Created by Non-U.S. Persons, International Tax and Estate Planning (PLI June 2005); U.S. Federal Income, Gift and Estate Taxation Applicable to Ownership of Financial Assets by Non U.S. Persons, International Tax and Estate Planning (PLI June 2006); Outbound Transfers by U.S. Persons to Foreign Trusts, International Tax and Estate Planning (PLI June 2007); U.S. Federal Taxation of Investment Products Held by Non U.S. Persons, International Tax and Estate Planning (PLI June 2008); Will and Trust Provisions for Persons with Multi-Jurisdictional Interests (PLI June 2009).
Ms. Tse received a JD in 1980 from Columbia Law School and a BA in 1977 from Vassar College. She is admitted to practice in the State of New York (1981).