Guilmette Pulver represents a wide range of individuals, businesses, real estate developers, investors, and business entities, including corporations, partnerships, non-profit organizations, and limited liability companies in various areas of taxation.
Our transactional tax work includes extensive experience with:
partnerships, LLCs, joint ventures and disregarded entities in a variety of unique contexts;
tax credit equity transactions;
private equity and hedge fund transactions; and
corporate finance and funding transactions, recapitalizations, and project finance.
We typically join a deal team at the outset of a transaction, as early direction on tax issues is often critical for success. We pride ourselves on our ability to partner with clients to help them achieve their goals, with advice tailored to each client’s unique commercial and tax objectives. We also provide clients with assistance in their tax controversies.
Our tax controversy work includes:
IRS audit, administrative appeal, mediation and arbitration, deficiency and refund litigation;
IRS tax litigation, both at trial and on appeal;
obtaining private letter rulings and other guidance from the IRS; and
state tax planning and controversy.
We also regularly represent tax-exempt and nonprofit organizations, including formation and structuring, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures and other transactions, and obtaining exemption determinations from the IRS.
Guilmette Pulver is able to provide practical solutions to technical problems and explain complicated issues in a clear and understandable way.
Ryan Pulver has been listed as a Best Lawyers: Ones To Watch in Tax Law since 2021.