About Amanda Fenelon
Amanda Fenelon understands that the private wealth practice forces people to think about what matters most — family and legacy. She is honored to assist clients in making estate planning and administration decisions that shape current and future generations. Through sophisticated drafting and tax planning, clients have the authority to determine how they will be remembered.
A passionate and dedicated approach to legal problem-solving produces zealous advocacy
Amanda diligently and persistently works to find solutions to complex legal issues, and is dedicated to creating sophisticated tax and estate plans for high-net-worth and ultra-high-net-worth clientele. She understands that communication and responsiveness are key to a successful attorney-client relationship.
Amanda has a history of experience that has contributed to her deep legal knowledge. She served as a judicial intern for the US District Court for the Southern District of New York, and in law school contributed to the Environmental Law Review and received the Archibald Murray Public Service Award. Additionally, Amanda has volunteered as a pro bono attorney for the Honorable Rita Mella, New York County Surrogate Court, and for the City Bar Justice Center, Planning and Estate Law Project.