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“she is highlighted for her impressive practice that sees her advise domestic and international clients on estate planning”

Who's Who Legal

“very impressed with Andrea Dorjee-Good's attention to detail and her ability to understand complex cross-border issues”

Who's Who Legal

“"really stands out" as a "great thinker who provides solutions" in relation to "cross-border" estate and trust planning, structuring and litigation matters”

     
 
Andrea Dorjee-Good
Zurich

Andrea Dorjee-Good

Counsel, Trust and Estate Practitioner (TEP), Certified Specialist SBA Inheritance Law

+41 44 215 9372

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Andrea Dorjee-Good is a Counsel in Schellenberg Wittmer’s Private Wealth Group in Zurich. Her main areas of practice include domestic and international estate planning as well as trust and estate litigation.

Experience

  • Advises private clients on all aspects of estate and succession planning including marital property agreements, wills, succession pacts, trusts and foundations
  • Has extensive experience in complex trust and estate disputes and the administration of large international estates

Career

Professional Experience
2013
Counsel at Schellenberg Wittmer
2007
Associate at Schellenberg Wittmer
2005
Clerk at the District Court of Winterthur
2004
Trainee Lawyer at Schellenberg Wittmer
Education and Admission
2019
Certified Specialist SBA Inheritance Law
2014
STEP Diploma in International Trust Management
2007
Bar Admission in Switzerland
2004
lic. iur. HSG, University of St. Gallen
Additional Professional Activities
  • Member of several professional associations, including the Swiss and the Zurich Bar Associations, the International Association of Young Lawyers (AIJA) and the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP). She regularly publishes in her fields of specialization.
 

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