Following graduation from Temple University with a degree in accounting (and election to both Beta Alpha Psi and Beta Gamma Sigma, the national honor societies for accounting and for business), Mr. Savadove practiced accounting in the Philadelphia office of a national and international certified public accounting firm, while also attending Temple University School of Law and teaching accounting as an adjunct professor at a local university.
After graduation from law school, Mr. Savadove practiced law in Philadelphia, while also attending the graduate division of New York University School of Law where he received an LL.M. in Taxation degree. Subsequently, Mr. Savadove received faculty appointments as an assistant professor at two local universities, where he taught taxation in both the undergraduate and graduate divisions of those universities
Mr. Savadove became Of Counsel to the Firm in 1993. He concentrates his practice in the various aspects of estate planning and estate administration, with an emphasis on the federal and state tax issues involved, but he also has a special interest in the personal and family issues which individuals must consider in the preparation of their estate plan and which survivors must confront in the administration of the estate of a family member.