4317 N Star Way, Modesto, CA 95356, USA
Harry counsels predominately high net-worth families and closely held businesses in a broad range of matters, including areas of taxation (state, national and international), formation, real estate, trust and estates, and business succession planning. Harry advises clients on structuring transactions in a tax efficient manner. Harry has an acute understanding of the real estate and agricultural sector and helps clients meet their business objectives. Harry regularly advises corporations, partnerships, and individuals on a broad range of domestic offshore and cross-border transactions often focusing on complex and innovative structures to transfer wealth and business holdings. Harry’s experience includes acquisitions, dispositions (including like-kind exchanges), sophisticated financing, easements, and other asset management matters that add post-tax value to the respective client. Harry also helps individuals and families with sophisticated wealth planning and wealth preservation and multi-generational planning which minimizes income, estate, gift and generation-skipping transfer taxes. Understanding the desire to preserve wealth and closely held business enterprises, Harry ensures a client’s legacy is persevered while navigating potentially sensitive family dynamics. As part of legacy planning, Harry regularly counsels his clients in respect to charitable giving and has been involved with establishing private foundations, charitable lead and remainder trusts, and other not-for-profit entities. Harry remains active within the community. While not practicing law, Harry enjoys running basketball and hockey.
PO BOX 84, NASHOTAH, WI 53058-0084
12636 High Bluff Dr, San Diego, CA 92130, USA
411 Nichols Road, Suite 194, Kansas City, MO 64112
Bruce R. Hopkins practices with the Bruce R. Hopkins Law Firm, LLC, Kansas City, Missouri. His practice focuses on the representation of tax-exempt organizations. He is the Professor from Practice at the University of Kansas School of Law. He is author of several books, including The Law of Tax-Exempt Organizations, Twelfth Edition; The Tax Law of Charitable Giving, Fifth Edition; Donor-Advised Funds: Law and Policy; A Nonprofit Lawyer (memoir); The Tax Law of Private Foundations, Fifth Edition; Starting and Managing a Nonprofit Organization: A Legal Guide, Seventh Edition; Beware the Commerciality Doctrine and Other Nonprofit Law Poetry; Nonprofit Law Poetry: The Second Book; and Bruce R. Hopkins’ Nonprofit Law Dictionary. He writes a monthly newsletter, Bruce R. Hopkins’ Nonprofit Counsel. He is a graduate of the University of Michigan, received J.D. and LL.M degrees from the George Washington Univ. Law School, and received an S.J.D. degree from the Kansas Univ. Law School.
221 N. Kansas St., Suite 700, El Paso, TX 79901
A seasoned attorney and policy analyst, Mr. Jezari earned a bachelor's degree in business administration and social science from the University of Texas at Dallas in 1999. Following this accomplishment, he gained valuable expertise in the field as a faculty assistant with Texas Southern University's Thurgood Marshall School of Law, an army broadcast journalist with the U.S. Army Reserve and as a policy analyst and committee clerk with the Texas House of Representatives. Mr. Jezari subsequently completed a Master of Public Administration from Texas State University in 2010 and began work as a summer criminal defense associate with the Public Defender's Office in El Paso, Texas. Driven to help those less fortunate, Mr. Jezari went on to receive a Doctor of Jurisprudence from Texas Southern University's Thurgood Marshall School of Law and foster his professional knowledge as a summer bankruptcy associate for the Law Office of Salvador Ramirez. Under his tutelage, he learned to effectiv