Whether you are involved in the sale of your business, settling a business dispute with a former partner or employee, starting a new business venture or just planning to preserve your legacy for your family, there will always tax issues to consider. You might be a top-level corporate executive, a well-known entertainer, a successful business owner and entrepreneur or just beginning to pursue your dream of starting your own business, you will need someone that can advise on tax implications and help you plan for the most tax efficient way to structure these transactions. Let us assist you with:
– Selection of the Appropriate Business Entity
– Evaluating the most tax efficient structure for selling your business
– Handling a Deferred Tax-Free Exchange of Real Estate
– Representing You Before the IRS and other revenue authorities
– Tax Return Review and Preparation
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Wills and Trusts
Our family law attorneys represent individuals and families in preparing for the transfer of assets on death, including through wills, trusts, or other arrangements, focusing on probate avoidance and reducing conflicts and contested wills among beneficiaries.
Our Naperville based probate attorneys represent individuals and families regarding the transfer of assets during life and on death through trusts, investments and beneficiary designations.
Special Needs Trusts
With extensive experience in family law our lawyers represent individuals and families in preparing and administering special needs trusts to address the needs of disabled persons. These special needs trusts can maximize the funds available to the disabled person by enabling him to receive government and other benefits, including those based on financial need, regardless of the amount of funds in the trust.
The firm represents individuals and families that must obtain guardianship of a minor or disabled adult, from the initial physician report through court proceedings and annual status reports to the court. Most cases are routine and not stressful for the disabled person.
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