Michaeline Gordon Co-Presenting "What Legal Structure Works for You? In Today's Tax Environment, How Should a Business Owner Think About the Legal Structure of Their Firm?
On June 20, 2018, Aronberg Goldgehn member Michaeline Gordon will be a panel speaker at XPX Chicago’s meeting on the topic of “What Legal Structure Works for You? In Today’s Tax Environment, How Should a Business Owner Think About the Legal Structure of Their Firm?
Attendees of the panel discussion will learn about the current market for the legal structuring of small businesses. Specifically, the panelist will focus on how tax reform has impacted how business owners should be thinking.
This XPX meeting will take place from 7:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. at the Hyatt Lodge at McDonald’s Campus, 2815 Jorie Blvd., Oak Brook, IL.
CLICK HERE to register.
- Non-Members of XPX - $60
- XPX Members - $30.00
About XPX Exit Planning Exchange
XPX Exit Planning Exchange is a multi-disciplinary community of professional advisors who work collaboratively to help owners build valuable businesses and assist them in preparing and executing a successful transition. Private company transitions require a broad view of the entire life cycle of a private company including:
- Business value growth
- Business value transfer
- Owner life and legacy
The XPX community includes advisors and owners in all stages of this process. Its members have specific areas of expertise as well as a holistic understanding of the breadth of challenges an owner faces throughout the stages of the private company life cycle. This helps XPX members to work collaboratively in the best interest of their clients.
XPX is unique in that it is the only open advisor network in the private company/business value transfer market. This means they do not advocate a single approach or vendor. Instead, it endeavors to be a place where all advisors, owners and vendors can interact and collaborate.
About Michaeline Gordon
Michaeline assists business owners, professionals, real estate developers and individuals with all aspects of trust and estate planning, asset protection, generational planning and wealth preservation. She also regularly works with entrepreneurs through the full business cycle, from initial planning for entity selection, to asset protection, and finally to business sale and succession planning.
Michaeline counsels families, unmarried couples and individuals through the development of holistic estate plans that are structured for tax efficiency while addressing unique family circumstances, which may include elder law issues, special needs planning and blended family issues.
Experienced in probate and trust administration, Michaeline works with fiduciaries to administer trusts and decedents' estates. She has also represented large and small banking institutions as outside trust counsel.