On April 16, 2015, Robert Fedor, of Robert J. Fedor Esq, LLC, appeared as a guest speaker at the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association Family Law Section monthly meeting. The discussion on April 16th, was titled: IRS Offers of Compromise Regarding Tax Liability: What Options Are Available for Divorcing Couples Who Owe Substantial Debt.
The CMBA Family Law Section is part of the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association that offers help to members in the areas of business, organizational and time management assistance, and provides contact with other family law practitioners. This section holds monthly meetings with CLE credit, and sponsors CLE events throughout the year. In addition they work closely with other family advocacy organizations.
The Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association is a local, non-profit organization which is dedicated to serving the needs of legal professionals in Ohio. It was formed in March 2008 by the consolidation of the Cleveland Bar and Cuyahoga County Bar Associations.
In addition to offering valuable information to members, the CMBA also offers charitable support to those in need via public outreach activities of the Association. These activities include a variety of pro bono legal service, law-related education, tutoring and mentoring programs.
Fedor and his team of attorneys specialize in helping clients find solutions to complicated tax issues including, IRS Audits and appeals, tax litigation, offshore tax issues, tax liability, Chapter 11 business or personal bankruptcy, and the tax implications of divorce. Bob also authors this Tax Law Blog which provides advice about the topics just listed and more.
If you should have any interest in having Bob speak at an upcoming event, please contact him below to discuss.