Benjamin M. Cox

Benjamin M. Cox: Attorney with Herndon, Morton, Herndon & Yaeger

Biography

Benjamin M. Cox has been practicing since 2010, offering representation to clients seeking counsel on Individual, Fiduciary, Corporate, Estate and Gift Tax Planning;, Estate Planning and Administration or Trust Planning and Administration issues. Educated at University of Pittsburgh School of Law, this attorney has experience serving West Virginia clients. Editor-in-Chief, Pittsburgh Tax Review.

Areas of Practice (7)

  • Individual, Fiduciary, Corporate, Estate and Gift Tax Planning;
  • Estate Planning and Administration
  • Trust Planning and Administration
  • Qualified Retirement Plans
  • Corporate Law
  • Closely Held Corporations
  • Fiduciary Law

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
(304) 242-2300  Phone
(304) 243-0890  Fax
www.hmhy.com
University Attended:
West Virginia University, B.S., 2007
Law School Attended:
University of Pittsburgh School of Law, J.D., 2010
Year of First Admission:
2010
Admission:
U.S. District Court, Northern District of West Virginia; U.S. District Court, Southern District of West Virginia; U.S. Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit; U.S. Tax Court; West Virginia; Pennsylvania; Ohio
Memberships:
Ohio County (Treasurer, 2011-2012), Ohio State, West Virginia and American Bar Associations.
ISLN:
921889074
Payment Information:
  • Fixed Hourly Rates
  • Fixed Fees Available

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Wheeling, West Virginia

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