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  • Grant Herrmann Welcomes A New Partner and Matrimonial and Family Law Practice Area

    Grant, Herrmann, Schwartz & Klinger, LLP (“Grant Herrmann”) is pleased to announce that Bryan M. Goldstein has joined the firm as a partner and the head of the firm’s new Matrimonial and Family Law practice area.

  • Grant Herrmann Welcomes New Partner, Stephanie D. Edelstein

    Grant Herrmann is pleased to announce that Stephanie D. Edelstein has joined the Firm as a partner and the head of our Real Estate practice. 

  • Grant Herrmann Welcomes New Partner, Gregory H. Cayne

    Grant Herrmann is pleased to announce that Gregory H. Cayne has joined the Firm as a partner. Greg focuses his practice on domestic estate and income tax planning, estate and trust administration, and Surrogate’s court practice in New York and New Jersey.

  • Our Statement of Support

    After witnessing the recent violence and protests, which serve as a stark reminder of the racial injustice and systemic inequality present in our country, our managing partner, David Sahargun, has decided that now would be an appropriate time to reaffirm some of Grant Herrmann’s core values.


    The Internal Revenue Service has issued guidance that provides relief to foreign individuals impacted by COVID-19 emergency travel disruptions. Revenue Procedure 2020-20 provides that certain foreign nonresident individuals may exclude up to 60 days of presence in the United States for purposes of determining their U.S. tax residency during 2020 and for determining their qualification for certain tax treaty benefits.

  • Single-Member Foreign-Owned LLC Reporting Obligations


    The United States Treasury Department and Internal Revenue Service (IRS) issued final regulations in December of 2016 that now subject foreign-owned single-member limited liability companies (LLCs) that are disregarded for U.S. income tax purposes (i.e., LLCs that have not elected to be classified as corporations) to the informational reporting requirements established under Internal Revenue Code (IRC) Section 6038A for 25% foreign-owned United States corporations. The new regulations now generally require foreign-owned single-member LLCs to obtain a U.S. employer identification number (EIN) and annually file a pro forma Form 1120 corporate income tax return together with Form 5472 identifying each 25% or greater direct and ultimate indirect foreign owner. The first filings pursuant to the new regulations will generally be due as early as April 17, 2018, covering tax years starting in 2017. The IRS will assess a penalty of $10,000 for each year the new reporting requirement is not timely satisfied.

  • FINCEN Geographic Targeting Order For Luxury All-Cash Purchases In Manhattan and Miami-Dade


    On January 6, 2016, the Director of the United States Department of the Treasury Financial Crimes Enforcement Network ("FinCEN") issued a "Geographic Targeting Order" (the "Order") requiring title insurance companies to report the identity of purchasers using entities to acquire residential real estate in all-cash transactions.

  • FATCA Update: IRS Expands List of IGA Countries
    April 11, 2014

    Update by David M. Sahargun

  • Inversiones Inmobiliarias en EEUU
    January 2014

    Memorandum by David M. Sahargun

  • U.S. Tax Issues Affecting Mexican Clients
    November 12, 2013

    Presentation by David M. Sahargun