Adler Pollock & Sheehan P.C.
An author and frequent lecturer on estate planning, administration and taxes, David Riedel provides responsive, sympathetic and personable counsel to his varied individual clients, helping to preserve their wealth, minimize their taxes and assure their assets benefit the family members and institutions they hold dear. David is adept in the administration of estates and trusts and deeply experienced in helping clients plan their estates to accommodate special concerns, such as an elderly parent or disabled child. He also counsels businesses and charities in estate and business-succession matters as well as on tax-related issues. Highly rated by his peer attorneys and noted for his professionalism and high ethical standards, David has served as an adjunct professor at the Roger Williams University School of Law, instructor at the Bryant University Graduate School in Taxation, and since 1983, as chairman of the Rhode Island Bar Association’s Committee on Probate and Trusts.