Roberts & Holland LLP
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Year Established: 1955Web Site: http://www.robertsandholland.com
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Roberts & Holland LLP concentrates its practice in tax matters. With offices in New York City and Washington, D.C., Roberts & Holland is the largest law firm in the nation engaged exclusively in tax planning and tax controversy work. By reason of its broad experience in every major area of tax practice, including international, federal, and state and local tax matters, Roberts & Holland LLP has developed a national reputation for solving complex and difficult tax planning problems, and for litigating major tax disputes.
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Fractional Interests in Art and Other Valuation Challenges
Quincy Cotton,Stuart J. Gross,Mark David Rozen, February 6, 2015
Several recent valuation cases are of interest to our clients and friends. One fairly high-profile case involved the estate tax valuation of fractional interests in valuable works of art (the court accepted fractional interest valuation discounts between 51.69% and 79.74%!). Several other...
New York State Estate and Gift Tax -- April 2014 Update
Quincy Cotton,Stuart J. Gross,Mark David Rozen, May 16, 2014
The New York State Executive Budget legislation, effective for the fiscal year beginning April 1, 2014, adopts several of Governor Cuomo's proposed changes, with a few alterations.
Estate and Gift Planning in 2014 and Beyond
Quincy Cotton,Stuart J. Gross,Mark David Rozen, March 11, 2014
While Federal estate and gift tax rates have decreased in recent years, they continue to be a significant burden. Under current law, the top marginal rate for the Federal estate and gift tax is 40% (although, because of how the taxes are calculated, the effective estate tax rate is generally...