Taxation & Estate Planning
Heightened regulation and enforcement, complex laws, and seemingly never-ending tax reforms can all negatively impact your business’s bottom line. But very few business owners have the time – or the inclination – to keep up with the intricacies of tax law on top of their other commitments.
That’s where Gill Ragon Owen shines. We have the best corporate tax attorneys in Arkansas on our team. Their extensive knowledge and creative problem-solving allow them to navigate the rocky landscape of corporate tax law with ease.
Our law firm offers comprehensive tax counsel for individuals, estates, corporations, limited liability companies, partnerships, and charitable organizations and foundations of all sizes.
Taxation Practice Areas
Gill Ragon Owen, P.A. offers legal services and counsel in all areas of taxation, including local, state, and federal taxes as well as tax controversies with the IRS and the State of Arkansas.
We can help your business maximize its value and profitability through:
- Proper entity selection, formation, and transaction structuring
- Tax return preparation, elections, and disclosures
- Employee benefit plan consultation
- Executive compensation consultation
- Guidance on local, state, employment, and other taxes
- Tax planning, compliance, and structural considerations for:
- Mergers and acquisitions
- Litigation settlements
- Partnerships and joint ventures
- General contract and transaction matters
- Bankruptcy and insolvency restructurings
- Divestitures, reorganizations, and spinoffs
- Private equity, private funds, and securitizations
Our goal is to minimize your tax liability while ensuring your compliance with all local, state, and federal tax laws. Our knowledgeable and dedicated tax attorneys can help you operate, buy, sell, or pass on your business to your successors in the most tax-efficient way possible.
Gill Ragon Owen provides estate planning for individuals from all backgrounds and walks of life. Every client is a completely unique individual with their own financial circumstances and needs. But whether your estate is large or small, complex or simple, you need to have a proper estate plan in place, including:
- Revocable Trust
- Power of Attorney
And if you own a closely-held or family business, you should incorporate a succession plan into your estate planning to avoid turmoil and in-fighting.
Even if all you have to your name is your house and your checking account, you should consider an estate plan to avoid probate, which can tie up your assets and prolong the legal process for your heirs. In the worst cases, probate can also incur fees that eat into the inheritance you left behind, resulting in the state seizing all of your property.
Our seasoned and compassionate estate attorneys work closely with you to map out a plan that ensures your legacy is protected and distributed in accordance with your wishes.
Estate Planning Practice Areas
Gill Ragon Owen’s estate planning practice areas include:
- Revocable trusts
- Power of Attorney
- Trust and probate administration
- Estate disputes and litigation
- Elder care planning
- Asset protection
- Special needs trusts
Contact us today to schedule a consultation with one of our compassionate and committed estate planning attorneys.