Robert E. Tarcza

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Attorney Awards


Pi Sigma Alpha; Psi Chi; Blue Key. Managing Editor, Loyola Law Review, 1980-1981. Winner, Louisiana Trial Lawyers Association Award for Appellate Advocacy, Loyola, 1979. Author: "Jury Review of Tax Consequences of FELA Damage Awards Now Considered Appropriate," Loyola Law Review, 1980; "The Public Trust Doctrine as a Basis for Environmental Litigation in Louisiana," Loyola Law Review, 1981; "Keeping Inter Vivos Gifts and Trust Principal Out of the Grantor's Gross Estate," Prentice Hall Successful Estate Planning Ideas and Methods Par., 2019, 1985, substantially revised, 1990.

(Board Certified Tax Law Specialist, Louisiana Board of Legal Specialization)

Areas of Practice (3)

  • Civil Litigation
  • Estate Planning and Probate
  • Income, Estate and Gift Taxation

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
888-352-8469  Phone
504-525-6701  Fax
University Attended:
Loyola University, B.A., cum laude, 1978
Law School Attended:
Loyola University, J.D., 1981
Year of First Admission:
1981, Louisiana
New Orleans and Louisiana State (Member, Section of Taxation) Bar Associations; New Orleans Estate Planning Council.
Birth Information:
Alton, Illinois, January 26, 1956
( Board Certified Tax Law Specialist, Louisiana Board of Legal Specialization )

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New Orleans, Louisiana

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