Andrew Haas concentrates his practice in the areas of estate, tax, and closely-held business planning. He regularly works with business owners and entrepreneurs to effectively integrate business interests into a comprehensive estate plan. Andrew also counsels high-net-worth individuals, including professional athletes and executives, and their families, and works closely with clients and their other professional advisers to ensure seamless exchange of information, as well as the effective implementation and administration of estate planning strategies.
Andrew is the author of the chapter “Estate Planning For Closely-Held Businesses” in the book Estate Planning in Pennsylvania, 5th Edition (2019, PBI Press), and has been published in the Wealth Management supplement of The Legal Intelligencer. Andrew also frequently speaks on estate planning topics.
Andrew currently serves as Vice-President of the board of directors of the Philadelphia Estate Planning Council and as a co-chair of its Programming Committee, and a member of the Tax Committee of the Probate and Trust Section of the Philadelphia Bar Association. Andrew is also a past president of the Delaware County Estate Planning Council and has experience serving on charitable boards. He is an adjunct professor, teaching various estate planning topics, in the Graduate Tax Program at the Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law.
Andrew earned his B.A. from the University of Virginia, and his J.D. and LL.M. in Taxation degrees from Villanova University School of Law.