Attorney Petrova Appointed Vice Chair of ABA’s Section of Taxation Committee

Attorney Petrova Appointed Vice Chair of ABA’s Section of Taxation Committee

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July 1, 2017

Greensboro,  North Carolina — Attorney Petrova was appointed Vice Chair of the Closely Held Businesses Committee of the American Bar Association's Section of Taxation for 2017-18.  As Vice Chair of the Closely Held Businesses Committee, Ms. Petrova will plan programming for continuing legal education and will engage in a dialogue with officials from the Department of Treasury and the Internal Revenue Service on some of the most critical tax issues of the day.

The ABA Section of Taxation provides a forum for private practitioners and government lawyers to share their knowledge and interact, professional development to members, technical and legislative comments to government, and pro bono resources for the underserved.

The Closely Held Businesses Committee covers all tax aspects impacting closely held businesses today, including corporate planning, estate and business succession planning, state & local tax planning issues and representation before taxing authorities.  The Committee is involved in technical tax comment projects and sponsors a full day of continuing legal education at each of the three tax section meetings each year.

Allie Petrova, a business attorney in Greensboro and the founder of Petrova Law, works with startups and new businesses from LLC formation and the initial stages of starting a business through the steps of business transition and business sale.  Ms. Petrova also advises buyers on business acquisitions.

Petrova Law is a Greensboro-based boutique business law firm focused exclusively on tax and business law issues.  Located in the Triad, the firm assists individual and business clients with tax matters, IRS representation, and business law matters from launch through day-to-day operations to exit and succession.