Alexander Gusikoff

Alexander Gusikoff

Alexander Gusikoff

Associate

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Alexander Gusikoff is an associate attorney at Friedman Schuman, where he concentrates his practice on a range of estate planning, estate administration, and general business matters.

Alexander’s estate and trust practice is focused on assisting individuals and their families with creating and implementing estate and tax planning strategies, including Powers of Attorney and Living Wills. He has experience planning and drafting for family members with special needs or disabilities and has assisted clients establish trusts to preserve eligibility for government benefits. He also assists clients through the estate administration process following the death of a loved one from initial filing through the payment of state and federal death taxes and final asset distribution.

Alexander also has experience handling various business matters, including entity formation, asset purchases, leases, and operating, service and buyout agreements.

Prior to joining the firm, Alexander received his juris doctor from the Charles Widger Villanova University School of Law and his bachelor’s degrees from Dickinson College, where he earned degrees in Economics and History. Alexander served as Secretary of the Villanova Law chapter of the Federalist Society and legal intern for the Delaware County District Attorney’s Office, Appellate Division. Alexander also served as a law clerk for the Estates and Trusts Department of the firm during his third year of law school.

Areas of Practice

Bar Admissions

  • Pennsylvania

Education

  • Villanova University School of Law, J.D., Cum Laude
  • Dickinson College, B.A., Magna Cum Laude

Professional Associations & Memberships

  • Montgomery Bar Association
  • Pennsylvania Bar Association, Real Property, Probate and Trust Section
  • American Bar Association, Real Property, Trust and Estate Law Section
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