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Ms. Grossman’s practice encompasses a wide variety of corporate and partnership transactions with international, federal, and state tax implications, including stock and asset acquisitions, partnership freeze transactions, planning, structuring, and implementation of mergers, real estate transactions, and other recurring and non-recurring business transactions. Ms. Grossman has a breadth of experience in corporate and partnership formation and operation, entity conversion and reorganization, business planning, business succession planning, and asset protection planning. She represents business clients at all stages of their ventures, from establishing start-ups and negotiating and structuring angel and later round debt and equity financing, to growth planning and implementation, to devising and implementing appropriate exit strategies, including equity and asset sale transactions. Ms. Grossman also assists clients with proper planning and structuring of cross-border transactions, as well as with strategic offshore placement of business assets for asset protection and tax planning purposes. Ms. Grossman utilizes her expertise in tax-efficient entity planning to assist individual clients in the establishment or maintenance of complex estate planning structures involving partnerships, limited liability companies, and other entity types. In addition to her experience with entities, Ms. Grossman has represented clients in federal and state tax controversies. Ms. Grossman graduated from The University of Texas School of Law in 2004 after receiving her M.A. in philosophy from The University of Tennessee at Knoxville in 2002 and her B.S. in Biology as well as her B.A. in Religious Studies from Emory University at Atlanta in 2000.


Practice areas


  1. Tax: 45%
  2. Business: 45%
  3. Estate Planning: 10%



Hourly ($275-350/hour)

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Contact info

Giordani, Swanger, Ripp & Phillips, LLP

100 Congress Avenue
Suite 1440
Austin, TX, 78701-4042


TXEligible To Practice In Texas 200507/16/2016
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
Avvo contributions
Legal answers
Award nameGrantorDate granted
Texas Rising StarTexas Monthly Magazine2010
Texas Rising StarTexas Monthly Magazine2009
Association namePosition nameDuration
United States Tax CourtAdmittedN/A
Austin Young Lawyers AssociationCo-chair, Foundation FundraisingN/A
Austin Tax Study GroupMemberN/A
Austin Bar Association, Corporate and Tax Law SectionMemberN/A
State Bar of TexasMemberN/A
American Bar Association, Business Law SectionMemberN/A
American Bar Association, Taxation SectionMemberN/A
Austin Young Lawyers AssociationDirector-at-Large2009 - 2010
Austin Bar Association, Estate Planning SectionBoard of Directors2009 - 2011
Austin Young Lawyers AssociationBoard of Directors2007 - 2009
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
University of Texas School of LawDoctor Of Jurisprudence/Juris Doctor (J.D.)N/A2004
University of Tennessee, Knoxville (main)PhilosophyMA - Masters2002
Emory UniversityBiologyB.S., B.A.2000
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
Oklahoma Society of CPAs 38th Annual Tax InstituteThe Revised Texas Franchise Tax in 20092009
Oklahoma Society of CPAs 36th Annual Tax InstituteThe New Texas Franchise Tax: What Practitioners Need to Know2007
Urology Associates of North TexasThe New Texas Business Tax and Your Business: How Will the Margin Tax Affect Texas Physicians?2006
Texas Affiliation of Affordable Housing Providers 2006 Annual MeetingThe New Texas Business Tax and Your Business2006
Cantey Hanger, 2006 Legislative Preview SeminarA Brave New World (of State Taxation)2006
University of Minnesota, Consortium on Law and Values in Health, the Environment, and Life SciencesGenetics, Law, and Policy: The Past, Present, and Future of Human Embryonic Stem Cell Research2005