Taxes impact every transaction, business, and individual in some capacity and in one form or another. Even organizations exempt from taxation, such as governmental entities and tax-exempt organizations, must consider and abide by applicable tax rules and regulations in order to maintain their exempt status. Robinson Gray provides representation to individuals and business entities, including corporations, limited liability companies, general and limited partnerships, nonprofit and tax-exempt organizations, and trusts and estates.
Our attorneys work with clients to understand and consider all possible tax issues as part of business, economic, or estate or trust plans so that clients can make informed legal and financial decisions. We advise clients regarding obstacles and opportunities involving federal, state, and local tax issues. Our team works with our clients to develop innovative and practical solutions. Our attorneys can discuss the tax implications of different types of business entities; allocations and issues in a merger or acquisition; qualifying for federal, state and local tax credits and incentives; business succession and asset protection planning; and important legislation and regulations on the horizon for consideration.
In addition to its significant impact on every business and individual, tax law itself is constantly changing with each administration and election. The attorneys at Robinson Gray are experienced and equipped to guide you through the complexities and assist you with implementing the best solution for your unique needs.
- Counseled businesses with regard to identifying and securing available tax and economic development incentives for corporate relocations or expansions.
- Assisted new and current franchisees with the review and negotiation of franchise agreements.
- Advised members and managers of limited liability companies or officers and directors of corporations with regard to their legal responsibilities and liabilities, as well as other company governance issues.
- Counseled family-owned businesses with regard to business continuity planning and related family wealth transfers.