Nathan S. Catanese
Nathan S. Catanese counsels individuals and families in estate planning, estate and trust administration, charitable giving, and tax matters. He advises nonprofits and religious organizations in formation and governance matters.
Nathan assists clients with wealth succession goals and tax planning by drafting estate planning documents including wills, trust agreements, marital agreements, and financial and health care powers of attorney. He also assists in the creation of private foundations and counsels clients with regard to planned charitable giving. He advises fiduciaries during estate and trust administration and represents clients in probate and trust matters, tax disputes, and fiduciary litigation in both federal and state courts. Nathan also assists nonprofit and religious organizations with their creation and governance and tax matters.
Prior to going into private practice, Nathan served as a law clerk to the Hon. Nora Barry Fischer of the United States District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania. A former legislative assistant to Congressman John P. Murtha and Congressman Mark S. Critz in the United States House of Representatives, Nathan also has tax and business public policy experience.
Allegheny County Bar Association
Pennsylvania Bar Association
Florida Bar Association
American Bar Association
Member of Executive Committee, Hay-Sell Pittsburgh American Inn of Court
Co-founder, Secretary & Member of Board of Directors, Camp Catanese Foundation
National Eagle Scout Association
Allegheny County Bar Association Probate and Trust Law Section Council
Pittsburgh Legal Journal Orphans’ Court Opinions Committee
State Bar Licenses
- Co-author, “No Restitution? No Tax Problem,” For the Defense (Volume 4, Issue 3), September 2019
- Co-author, “Tax-planning opportunities exist after Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017,” Allegheny County Bar Association Lawyers Journal, May 2019
- Co-author, “Deducting Success: Congressional Policy Goals and The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017,” Pittsburgh Tax Review, (Volume 16), 2018
- “Gerrymandered Gridlock: Addressing the Hazardous Impact of Partisan Redistricting,” Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics and Public Policy (Volume 28, Issue 1), May 2014