C. Tucker Cheadle Law Areas of PracticeTaxation, Trusts, Estate Planning:
Prepares wills, trusts, health care directives, and all related filings including estate tax returns and income tax returns.
Expert Witness for Trust and Estate Cases:
30 plus years experience in actively managing over 70 trusts and estates.
Trustee and Administrator of Trusts and Estates:
Over 30 years experience acting as a trustee and currently licensed as a professional trustee and acting as trustee and administrator in over 70 trusts and estates.
Business Planning, Corporate Counseling, Partnerships and Limited Liability Companies:
Prepares all documents needed and all necessary filings including income tax returns and financial statements.
Business Mergers and Acquisitions:
Involved in the creation of entities, their purchases and sales.
Tax Court Litigation
Tax Court representation in cases involving complex legal, tax and accounting issues.
A notable advantage of working with Cheadle Law is that the firm handles all business law matters, all tax preparation, and personal estate planning for clients. The variety of services offered by Cheadle Law provides clients with a coordinated approach to their tax and estate planning needs. Cheadle Law has clients they have represented for over 30 years, and most existing clients have been working with the firm for over 10 years.
C. Tucker Cheadle is a professional trustee licensed by PFAC (Professional Fiduciary Association of California). The firm has two certified public accountants that perform accounting and tax preparation for clients, and three paralegals working in matters of business law and estate planning.
Contact Tucker Cheadle at Cheadle Law by calling 949.553.1066 for assistance with any matters relating to business law, taxation, or your personal estate planning including: trusts, tax, professional trustee services, or private fiduciary needs.
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