The areas in which I have chosen to practice- tax planning, business law, estate planning, and asset protection- are linked in that practice in one logically led to another. After graduation from law school, I obtained an LL.M. in Taxation. At my first job, most of my work involved business taxation that centered on large, often publicly-traded corporations and partnerships. Gaining familiarity with business law was the natural result of providing tax advice, since business and tax matters are tightly linked. I continued to practice corporate and partnership tax as my career progressed, but my practice expanded to include estate tax planning. Estate planning deals with significant tax questions, of course, but it involves much more than tax considerations; it also involves questions such as how to plan for disability later in life, how to protect one’s assets from others, and how a person directs the passing of their property upon passing. Click here to learn more about me.