Aaron Hershman, Esq.
New Haven, Connecticut
Areas of Practice:
Mergers and Acquisitions
Business Succession Planning Law
Retirement Plan Law
Estate Planning, Probate Law and Disputes and Asset Protection
Aaron focuses his legal practice in the areas of business, tax, and estate planning. While at the University of Connecticut School of Law, Aaron concentrated his studies on advance tax planning, including corporate, partnership, business, and estate planning. Aaron also focused his studies in the area of elder law, including Title 19 (Medicaid) planning.
Aaron’s past legal corporate experiences include working in house at Exelon Corporation during his second year of law school and working at Essex Financial Services during his first year of law school. Aaron gained extensive trust and estate experience while working for the Connecticut Attorney General’s Special Litigation department where he encountered complex trust and charity related matters. Aaron is also actively involved with pro bono services and volunteers his time for the Connecticut Statewide Legal Services.
Aaron was a member of his law school’s law review and graduated from law school with Exceptional Pro Bono Honors, the highest honor for legal service to the community. Aaron is an honors graduate from Muhlenberg College where he was inducted into the Omicron Delta Epsilon Honor Society for Economics and was a member of the investment society board of directors where he was responsible for managing the society’s financial portfolio.
Aaron has been selected by New England Super Lawyers Magazine and Connecticut Magazine for inclusion in Super Lawyers-Rising Stars Edition 2015-2017 in the areas of Business/Corporate Law.
Aaron currently resides in Guilford, Connecticut with his wife Kristen and son Noah.
Muhlenberg College, cum laude, A.B. 2007 (International Business and Entrepreneurial studies)
Maastricht University, 2005 (International Business and Economic studies)
University of Connecticut School of Law, 2009-2010 (Advance Business and Tax Law studies)
Drexel University, J.D. 2010 with honors (Drexel Law Review Member)
Aaron Hershman, Esq.
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