Longleaf Law represents developers, institutions and lenders in effectively managing their tax burdens. Our attorneys work closely with our clients and their tax advisors when organizing transactions in order to achieve the most advantageous tax treatment.
We are well versed in a wide variety of accounting approaches, enabling us to structure companies for the greatest tax advantage. Longleaf Law provides the legal foundation to establish corporations, partnerships, limited liability companies and joint venture arrangements (including exempt organizations/for-profits). Furthermore, we provide legal counsel related to the tax ramifications of executive compensation, debt workouts, liquidations, and mergers and acquisitions.
Capitalizing on commercial real estate tax credits
As tax credits can be a deciding factor in the viability of many real estate projects, our attorneys help clients take full advantage of savings available through state and local government credits. We assist commercial property owners and developers in identifying and qualifying for tax credits for energy-efficient buildings, rehabilitation of historic properties, investment in economically depressed areas, and many others.
Tax deductions and credits can provide substantial savings and can often create new opportunities for our clients to expand their portfolios.