DANBURY, Conn. -- Attorney Joshua Weinshank of Ridgefield has been named partner at Cramer & Anderson, LLP, in Danbury.
Weinshank, who joined the firm about 18 months ago, focuses his practice in the areas of Trust and Estate Planning, Elder Law, and Trust and Probate Administration.
He works primarily in Cramer & Anderson’s Danbury office and is the Fairfield County Trust and Estate Planning and Administration Group Leader for the firm.
Among his leadership initiatives, Attorney Weinshank has crafted a vision to grow the firm’s business by bringing Cramer & Anderson’s sophisticated team approach and personalized advocacy to clients throughout Fairfield County.
“Our interdisciplinary approach allows us to combine forces, bringing in our colleagues from other disciplines as a way to keep costs down and avoid unnecessary billable hours,” a statement said on the firms' website.
“I’ve been focusing on Fairfield County, and have grown and extended my practice area and the firm as a whole into southern Connecticut and the shoreline,” Weinshank, said.
“We are excited to bring Josh into the partnership,” said Senior Partner Ken Taylor. “His significant prior experience, commitment to his clients and the communities he serves, as well as his demonstration of the high ethical standards expected of all Cramer & Anderson attorneys, led us to make him a partner. We are optimistic about the impact of his practice in the Northern Fairfield County market.”
In his primary practice area, Weinshank advises clients on ways to effectively and efficiently preserve and create intergenerational wealth. His approach to estate planning takes into account clients’ entire portfolios and a full range of goals.
Weinshank has a Juris Doctor Degree from Western New England University, and also received an LL.M. in Estate Planning and Elder Law from Western New England University School of Law. He holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Connecticut.
In addition to expanding Cramer & Anderson’s practice in Fairfield County, Weinshank is focused on community-minded activism as a way of giving back and helping to foster important initiatives.
Earlier this year, he was appointed to the new Planned Giving Committee formed by Ability Beyond, a Bethel-based organization that helps thousands of people with physical and mental disabilities discover their abilities and become a part of their communities.
Contact Weinshank by email at firstname.lastname@example.org and by phone at (203) 744-1234.