Jason C. Hunter practices in the areas of federal and state taxation, estate... more
Jason C. Hunter practices in the areas of federal and state taxation, estate planning (including estate and trust administration and asset protection), and business planning. Jason provides legal counsel to individuals and businesses regarding various federal and state tax matters and he represents clients before the Internal Revenue Service and/or state tax authorities. He prepares and impleme... view profile
I am Joseph Jardine. Let me introduce myself. I have been practicing law for 14... more
I am Joseph Jardine. Let me introduce myself. I have been practicing law for 14 years. I decided to hang a shingle out of law school. My firm grew over the years to include up to 4 attorneys with a large support staff. I found that a large law practice brought with it a large headache and subsequently downsized. I am currently operating a one attorney firm with 2 paralegals and some ... view profile
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