Bond Names Cressida Dixon as Deputy Managing Member of its Rochester Office

October 26, 2017

(Rochester, NY): Bond, Schoeneck & King is pleased to announce Cressida A. Dixon has been named as deputy managing member of the firm’s Rochester office.

Cressida is trust and estate attorney. She serves as counsel and advisor to private clients, including successful entrepreneurs, senior executives and families. To realize their estate planning and philanthropic goals, clients turn to Cressida for advice in the creation and administration of trusts, estates and charitable foundations.

According to Edward Hourihan, Bond’s Rochester managing member, with whom Cressida will share office management responsibilities, “Cressida is a well-respected member of this office and a great role model for our younger attorneys. She is someone with whom I look forward to working with as we continue to expand our office and serve our clients.” Hourihan goes on to say “Cressida has developed a highly sophisticated practice advising high net worth individuals and institutions throughout the state in estate planning, asset protection and strategic tax planning. There is no one I would recommend more to someone looking for a preeminent trust and estate lawyer.”

Bond is a law firm with 250 lawyers serving individuals, companies and public sector entities in a broad range of practice areas. Bond has nine offices in New York State and offices in Naples, Florida and Overland Park, Kansas.