Galia Antebi is a US tax attorney. She focuses her practice on the international and domestic tax aspects of business structuring for worldwide investments and advises individuals on inbound and outbound investments, as well as on pre-immigration, expatriation, and estate planning, including trust issues and gift tax planning.
Clients come to Galia because she gets the job done. She is a results-driven, detail-oriented attorney focused on offering tailored cross-border tax planning to individuals and owner-managed businesses.
Galia works with her clients to navigate the complex web of international tax provisions to accomplish their strategic goals. Her practice includes planning for foreign investments in U.S. real estate property, planning for U.S. ownership of foreign real estate development projects, and restructuring relating to U.S.-owned foreign businesses as a result of the 2017 tax reform. She also advises foreign families with U.S. members on tax planning for the next generation, including through the use of trusts.
As head of the F.A.T.C.A. practice, Galia advises foreign entities on their F.A.T.C.A. status and the applicable F.A.T.C.A. obligations, as well as advising individuals on the reporting obligations surrounding financial holdings outside of their country of residence.
Galia has been with Ruchelman P.L.L.C. since 2013. Galia started her legal career in Israel where she practiced with an internationally recognized Israeli law firm before moving to New York and obtaining an LL.M. in Taxation from New York University in 2007. Prior to joining the firm Galia practiced tax law in the New York office of an international law firm.
New York University, School of Law – LL.M. in Taxation (2007)
Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya, Radzyner School of Law – LL.B., cum laude (2002)
Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya, Arison School of Business – B.A. in Business and Finance, cum laude (2002)
New York Bar – 2008
Israel Bar – 2003
Ruchelman P.L.L.C. provides a wide range of tax planning and legal services for foreign companies operating in the U.S., foreign financial institutions operating ...