Ilan Z. Weinberger


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  • Georgetown University Law Center, JD, cum laude, Dean’s List, 2013
  • Georgetown University, MA, 2008
  • University of Maryland, BS, cum laude, Dean’s List, Phi Beta Kappa, 1998
  • District of Columbia
  • Virginia
  • Supreme Court of Virginia

Member, Real Property Trust & Estate Law Section, American Bar Association

  • Hebrew

Ilan is a member of McGuireWoods' private wealth services and fiduciary advisory services practice groups. He represents high net worth individuals and families as well as closely-held businesses on a variety of sensitive and complex estate and business planning matters. His practice focuses primarily on estate planning, trust and estate administration and advising family businesses on intricate business succession and planning matters. Ilan also advises corporate and individual fiduciaries regarding tax and administration matters related to the fiduciary’s diverse duties and broad-ranging discretionary decisions.

Prior to joining McGuireWoods LLP, Ilan practiced corporate law for several years in the Washington, DC and Northern Virginia offices of another large international law firm, focusing on mergers and acquisitions and private equity. While in law school, Ilan also served as a legal Intern with the United States Attorney’s Office and for the Honorable Paul W. Grimm, United States District Court Judge for the District of Maryland.

Ilan previously worked in campus ministry and served as a chaplain at Georgetown University and as an Information Technology consultant for several defense contractors in the Washington Metropolitan Area.

Ilan Weinberger
T: +1 202 857 2481F: +1 202 828 33022001 K Street N.W.
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Washington, DC 20006-1040

Provided comprehensive estate, trust, tax and closely-held business planning advice to high net worth individuals and families.

Advised clients on international estate planning matters, including the operation of estate and gift tax treaties and gift and estate tax consequences of foreign nationals owning real estate in the United States.

Advised executors and trustees of substantial estates and trusts regarding matters of administration and fiduciary responsibilities.