Jennifer Gurevitz serves clients across the broad range of taxation law. In particular, her practice focuses on taxation with a special emphasis on federal income and estate tax transactions and tax controversy work. Her practice involves all aspects of business tax planning including the formation, restructuring and maintenance of partnerships, limited liability companies and corporations. Jennifer also provides guidance regarding the operation, management, and taxation of tax-exempt organizations, including assisting clients with the establishment of public charities, private foundations, and supporting organizations.
In the area of estate planning, Gurevitz counsels individuals regarding the preparation of wills and trusts and the creation of family limited partnerships and other entities, with an emphasis on minimizing estate, gift and generation-skipping transfer taxes. She also counsels individuals on the probate process.
Gurevitz received her B.B.A. in accounting and her M.P.A in accounting with an emphasis in tax from the University of Texas in 2000; her J.D. from the University of Florida in 2003, with honors; and her LL.M. in taxation from New York University in 2005. Jennifer has also served as an attorney-adviser for Judge Juan F. Vasquez at the United States Tax Court.
She is the co-author of "Opportunities and Pitfalls with Non-Pro Rata Distributions to Residuary Beneficiaries," Probate and Property, a publication by the American Bar Association, July/August 2005. She is admitted to practice law in Texas and Florida. She is also a CPA in Florida and an inactive member of the Illinois and Maryland bars.
Professional Activities, Memberships & Affiliations
Licensed to practice law in Texas and Florida
CPA in Florida
ABA Tax Section S Corporation Subcommittee
Selected for inclusion in Texas Super Lawyers - Rising Stars Edition (2013)