Gordon, Fournaris & Mammarella, P.A. Listed in 2020 Chambers High Net Worth Guide

Gordon, Fournaris & Mammarella, P.A. (GF&M) has been ranked as Band 1 for the fourth time in the Chambers High Net Worth (HNW) guide.

Having created a “well-known and highly respected trusts and estate planning practice,” one source describes GF&M as “a powerhouse” and “the absolute go-to in Delaware.” GF&M’s fiduciary disputes work was also specifically recognized this year, and is described as “renowned” in the Chambers review. “They are very knowledgeable, and at the forefront of high-profile litigation matters,” one interviewee observed. GF&M is the only law firm in Delaware to have four attorneys individually ranked as notable practitioners by the HNW guide for every year since its inception. 

Peter Gordon (Band 1) advises clients on non-contentious matters, including estate and business planning and trust administration. Sources say Peter “is diligent and efficient,” and a “hallmark” attorney in Delaware. 

Michael Gordon (Band 2) is described as a “phenomenal lawyer.” As an expert on the establishment and administration of Delaware trusts, Michael “has such a deep range of knowledge” of tax code and Delaware state law, and is “a real lawyer’s lawyer – if you call Michael, he will help.” Michael is also noted for his ability to “translate legal concepts into plain English so clients can understand it and make decisions.” 

Kimberly Gill McKinnon (Band 2), who advises high net worth clients and fiduciaries on complex Delaware trust and federal tax matters, is described as “phenomenal” and “a pleasure to work with.” One source said, “Kim is a quick-witted problem solver, drawing on technical knowledge and practical experience.” 

Lastly, Daniel Hayward (Band 2) handles fiduciary disputes and non-contentious trust matters and an interviewee says “our clients just go straight to him because he makes them so comfortable.”  Daniel was also noted by one source as being “the best for huge, complex matters – he’s brilliant at managing the highly complex.”

Posted: 7/9/2020