Miriam J. Golbert
Glaser Weil Partner Miriam J. (Mimi) Golbert represents clients in a broad range of estate planning, probate and trust administration, taxation of trusts and estates and estate and gift tax related matters. She is highly respected for her experience in sophisticated tax and estate planning for high net-worth individuals, estate planning for non-citizens and non-residents of the United States, trust and estate administration, and federal estate and gift tax examinations. She provides counsel to beneficiaries and to corporate and individual fiduciaries regarding the resolution of disputes among beneficiaries and fiduciaries.
Ms. Golbert has taught federal estate and gift taxation at Loyola University, and wills and trusts at the University of La Verne. She has lectured and been a panelist on many programs sponsored by the California State Bar, and was a co-instructor for the University of Southern California Tax Institute.
Ms. Golbert received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of Michigan, and a certificate from the Institute for International Studies in Geneva, Switzerland. She obtained her law degree from UCLA Law School and earned a Master of Laws in Taxation from the University of San Diego.
Ms. Golbert is a Martindale-Hubbell AV-rated attorney and has been recognized on the Southern California Super Lawyers list multiple times.
Outside the Firm, Ms. Golbert enjoys travel, gourmet cooking and her two grandchildren.
Represents high net-worth individuals in solving complex estate and gift tax issues to resolve the issues inherent in the transfer of family wealth and family businesses.
Represents high net-worth individuals in a myriad of estate and tax planning issues including trust and estate administration, probate, and gift tax areas.
Represents corporate and individual fiduciaries and beneficiaries in difficult trust and estate administration issues.
Honors & Awards
Southern California Super Lawyers, multiple years
"The Benefits of California Benefit Corporations," October 13, 2013
"UPDATED: 2012 Estate Planning Opportunities — Will They Disappear in 2013?" November 29, 2012