Rob Hugos, Attorney and CPA, provides business and tax planning, liability and permissible asset protection, and general estate planning for individuals, their families and businesses.
Transactional planning for clients and their businesses include analyzing choice of entity to minimize taxes and liability. Legal planning and document preparation includes Wills, Living Trusts, Family Limited Partnerships, Powers of Attorney, Irrevocable Trusts, and Entity documents, e.g., Corporate/LLC, Minutes/Consents, Buy-Sell Agreements, Independent Contractor and Employment Agreements.
Rob works closely with clients and their CPA/tax preparers to implement advanced tax planning strategies utilizing trusts, family partnerships, and tax leveraged funding techniques for the primary benefit of the business owner and client. Tax planning strategies reduce federal and state income, employment, gift and estate taxes for individuals, their families, and businesses.
Licensed since 1986
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|TX||Eligible To Practice In Texas||1986||05/02/2015|
|Award Name||Grantor||Date Granted|
|Law Review||Baylor University School of Law||1986|
|Order of the Barristers||Baylor University School of Law||1984|
|Best Brief Award, First Year Class||Baylor University School of Law||1984|
|Beta Alpha Psi||Honorary Accounting Fraternity||1983|
|Beta Gamma Sigma||Honorary Business Fraternity||1983|
|Attorney||Weiner & McCulloch, PLLC||2008 - Present|
|Attorney||Hugos Law Firm||2002 - 2007|
|Attorney||Wilson & Hugos, Ltd, LLP||2000 - 2002|
|Attorney||Law Office of Robert J. Hugos||1993 - 2000|
|Tax Attorney||Conoco, Inc.||1990 - 1993|
|Senior Tax Consultant||Ernst & Young||1987 - 1990|
|Association Name||Position Name||Duration|
|American Association of Attorney-Certified Public Accountants||Attorney CPA||2008 - Present|
|State Bar of Texas||Attorney||1986 - Present|
|Baylor Law Review||In re Aweco: The Fifth Circuit Requires the Fair and Equitable Standard to Preconfirmation Compromises Under Chapter 11||1986|
|New York University School of Law||Taxation||LL.M - Master of Laws||1987|
|Baylor University School of Law||Law||Doctor of Jurisprudence/Juris Doctor (J.D.)||1986|
|University of Texas System, Austin||Accounting||BBA - Bachelor of Business Administration||1983|
|YEO - Houston, TX||Like Kind Exchanges; Texas Franchise Taxes||2001|