More than twenty-five years ago I left the plains of Kansas to earn my law degree in... more
More than twenty-five years ago I left the plains of Kansas to earn my law degree in Washington, D.C. Afterward, I worked as a prosecutor in New York and later became a Fellow in the Society of Actuaries. Now, with a Master of Laws (LL.M.) in Taxation from the Boston University School of Law, my practice focuses on taxation in all its civil and criminal aspects. In particular, I represent... view profile
Raymond H. Young concentrates his practice on estate and trust administration, tax... more
Raymond H. Young concentrates his practice on estate and trust administration, tax planning, fiduciary litigation, and expert witness matters. His clients include individuals, families, fiduciaries and beneficiaries involved in trust and estate administration or in disputes over wills and trusts. Ray has been active in probate and trust reform, including enactment of the Massachusetts Uniform ... view profile
Tax attorneys understand the interplay of different tax laws and regulations, and in planning strategies to minimize people's tax liabilities. Many tax laws are written by lawyers for lawyers, and as such are very difficult to understand. There are also many different types of taxes and tax laws–for example, income taxes, corporate and business taxes, death taxes, property taxes, estate and gift taxes, sales taxes, and international taxes. Sometimes taxes are based on an inflated or incorrect value the government has placed on an entity or activity. Tax attorneys will help you challenge the value or the tax itself, and help you reduce your taxes through careful planning.