Loeb & Loeb LLP
Danielle Miller focuses her practice in the areas of estate planning; probate and trust administration; related income, gift, estate and property tax matters; and entity formation. Her clients include high net worth individuals and families, fiduciaries, and closely held businesses.
She advises clients on the drafting of revocable and irrevocable trusts, business succession planning, charitable gift planning, and all aspects of estate administration and probate procedures. Recently, Danielle has counseled clients on issues related to cryptocurrency as it relates to estate planning and administration matters. She also works with clients to establish nonprofits and qualify them for federal and California tax-exempt status.
Danielle speaks at national and local estate planning seminars and institutes, including USC’s Tax Institute and Trust and Estate Conference and the National Business Institute. She previously served as an Executive Committee member of the Beverly Hills Bar Association Trusts and Estates Section.
In addition, she has been regularly named a “Best Lawyer” in trusts and estates law and was recognized among “Women of Influence” by The Best Lawyers in America. Outside the office, Danielle is an avid runner and cyclist and has completed numerous triathlons.