The Cleveland office of Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP is pleased to be one of the corporate sponsors of the 40th Annual Charitable Tax Seminar hosted by the Jewish Federation of Cleveland on Tuesday, June 5, 2012.
The conference is organized by the Jewish Federation of Cleveland’s Professional Advisory Council and is designed to assist attorneys, accountants, trust officers, and financial and insurance professionals in advising their clients on estate planning, tax and charitable issues.
Estate planning attorney Missia H. Vaselaney and tax attorney David R. Tavolier will be in attendance. Both provide valuable advice on estate planning and business succession strategies that are essential for long-term viability and growth. Also in attendance will be attorneys Howard Bobrow, Richard S. Rivitz, Michael Wager, Leah A. Hellner and Irv Berliner.
Taft clients are supported by a large group of estate planning and tax attorneys. The firm’s unparalleled capabilities make it uniquely positioned to address asset preservation, liquidity, risk management, charitable and philanthropic pursuits, retirement and education funding. Taft takes into consideration issues including estate and income tax, missions of closely-held businesses, generation-skipping concerns and second marriage situations.
For more information about the tax conference, visit www.jewishcleveland.org.