Thomas 

Aldous, JD, LLM

Tax matters, including fiduciary income tax, estate tax, generation-skipping tax, and gift tax; tax audits and controversy; trust administration; probate; trustee and beneficiary rights and duties; estate planning; conservation easements.

Education

New York University School of Law, New York, New York

Master of Laws (in Taxation), May 1999

 

University of Kansas School of Law, Lawrence, Kansas

Juris Doctor, August 1998
Order of the Coif
CALI Excellence for the Future Award in Federal Income Taxation
University of Kansas Law Review, 1997-1998

 

Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah

Bachelor of Arts, Latin American Studies, April 1995

1992 Brigham Award recipient for outstanding service.

Admissions

Arizona, Colorado, and Virginia.

Admitted to practice before the U.S. Tax Court.

Speaking, Publications and Other Writings

Bloomberg Webinar - Learning from the Bloomberg BNA 2016 State Trust Nexus Survey, October 20, 2016, speaker.

Virginia Banker’s Association; May 2, 2014 (Glen Allen, Virginia); Administration of Trusts with Multi-State Contacts, speaker.

 

Virginia CLE/Virginia State Bar; October 21, 2014 (Williamsburg); October 23, 2014 (Lexington); October 29, 2014 (Fair Oaks); Administration of Trusts with Multi-State Contacts, speaker.

 

American Association of Attorney-Certified Public Accountants; November 8, 2014 (Washington D.C.); Taxation of Trusts with Multi-State Contacts, speaker.

Taxation of Trust Income: What Are the Constitutional Limitations to Impose Tax, and Are States Adhering to Them?, Tax Management Weekly State Tax Report, 2014 Weekly State Tax Report 3, 4/11/14.

 

Taxation of Trust Income: What Is a Resident Trust And How Does a Jurisdiction Decide It Should Be Taxed?, Tax Management Weekly State Tax Report, 2014 Weekly State Tax Report 3, 4/4/14.

 

Knight v. Commissioner and Its Impact on Proposed Regulation §1.67-4, Tax Management Real Estate Journal, Vol. 24, No. 3, p. 60 (2008).

 

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