Andrew F. Kagen joined the York law firm Ream Carr Markey, Woloshin & Hunter, LLP, in 2014 as an of counsel attorney. Kagen brings to the firm more than 38 years of extensive experience in corporate, business, and tax law, estates/wills/trusts and estate planning. Previously, Kagen was a co-founder and partner of Kagen MacDonald & France, and was of counsel to France Paskey.
Attorney Kagen graduated from the University of Maryland, with a BA in Psychology and received a Juris Doctorate degree from George Mason School of Law and a Masters of Taxation (LLM) from Temple University. Andy has 38 years of experience in the practice of law and concentrates his practice on federal and state taxation law. Andy advises clients on real estate matters, business formation, financial planning, estate planning – both simple and complex planning, estate administration, and wealth transfer. He has specialized knowledge through years of practice and education in representing small to medium size businesses in multi-generational estate planning and business succession matters, and has lectured to numerous religious and community organizations on estate planning.
Andy is admitted to the Bars of the Supreme Court of the United States, the Supreme Courts of Pennsylvania and the District of Columbia, the United States Tax Court, and the United States District Courts for the Middle District of Pennsylvania and the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. He is also a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association and the York County Bar Association.
Andy is a former President of the York County Bar Association Trust and Probate Section and is a former President of the York County Estate Planning Council. He is a Lifetime Fellow of Kingston Who’s Who and an inaugural member of the York County Community Foundation’s Professional Advisor Recognition Society. Andy has previously served on the board of numerous nonprofit organizations in York, PA.