Strauss Troy Adds Two Attorneys Houston & Kinder To Tax | Estate Planning Practice Group

Strauss Troy Attorney Jan Houston

Strauss Troy, one of Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky’s leading law firms, announced that Jan Houston and Kenneth Kinder II have joined the firm. “We continue to add new talent and expertise in key areas,” said Strauss Troy President Marshall Dosker. “The experience that Jan and Ken bring to the firm will further strengthen our ability to address all of our client’s legal needs in the areas of tax planning, compliance, probate and estate planning. We’re pleased to welcome them to Strauss Troy.”

Does Your Personal Umbrella InsuranceGive You The Coverage You Need?

Umbrella policies are most often thought of as the ultimate protection if you face a claim or lawsuit based on liability arising from the use of your personal vehicle. But, like anything else, it pays to be a wise consumer and understand the basics of what is and isn’t covered. In Ohio, you’re required to …Read More

Marshall Dosker Named President Of Strauss Troy

Strauss Troy, one of Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky’s leading law firms, announced that Marshall Dosker has been named president of the firm. In an address to employees, incoming president Marshall Dosker said, “I sincerely appreciate the professionalism, hard work, energy and creativity of all of you that make Strauss Troy the law firm and community citizen …Read More

The Cincinnati Business Courier ProfilesStrauss Troy’s New President Marshall Dosker

Andy Brownfield of the Cincinnati Business Courier profiled Strauss Troy’s new president, Marshall Dosker, in his feature, “After early start in business world, Dosker found home at Strauss Troy.” Related article: Marshall Dosker Named President of Strauss Troy

How Tax Law Changes Can Impact Your Trust

If you’ve established an estate plan in the last few years, with the goal of avoiding estate taxes, you’ve likely read reports or heard through the grapevine, that the estate tax exemption has risen from $3.5 million to $5 million, and due to statutory increases is currently $5,250,000 for estates of those who pass away …Read More

Important Employer Benefits Withholding Changes Take Effect September 16For Married Same Sex Couples

As of September 16, 2013, employers must treat lawfully married same sex couples as married for purposes of withholding and benefits. Individuals may amend their open tax returns (generally 2010 through 2012) to change their filing status if validly married during that year. Individuals may file for a refund of any taxes paid on “imputed …Read More

Ten Strauss Troy Attorneys Recognized By Best Lawyers®

Ten Strauss Troy attorneys have been named among The Best Lawyers In America©. Based solely on peer review, being selected by Best Lawyers® is a significant honor. For more than 30 years, Best Lawyers® lists have been regarded worldwide as the most trustworthy, unbiased source for legal referrals. “Year after year, a large group of our attorneys are named Best Lawyers®,” …Read More

How The 2012 Taxpayer Relief Act
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Impacts Your Estate Planning

The 2012 Taxpayer Relief Act Has Some Major Changes That May Affect Your Estate Plan While many articles describe the 2012 Act changes as “permanent,” I’m a bit more cynical. I never assume that anything is “permanent” where Congress and the Internal Revenue Code are concerned. This is especially true when major players in the …Read More

TAXMAGEDDON
What You Must Do Now In 2012
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To Avoid Uncertainty In 2013

By now, you have no doubt heard about the looming “fiscal cliff.” However, there is another threat on the horizon that has an even more immediate impact… “Taxmageddon.” Taxmageddon is the term being used for the increase in marginal income tax and capital gains tax rates effective in 2013. Low tax rates enacted in 2001 …Read More