BT Arnett Law

Firm Overview

The mission of Arnett Law is to satisfy our clients by providing them with the highest degree of quality estate, tax, and business legal services possible. We do this by constantly keeping abreast of changes in the law and in estate, tax, and business planning strategies, and by working closely with our clients and their financial advisors.

Our estate planning goal is to assist our clients to achieve their objectives while maintaining control, protecting their personal and business assets, passing their estate on to their loved ones, preserving the largest estate possible and minimizing relevant taxes as well as other costs.

We approach each legal project with skill, innovation and personalization to address the client's needs. When you are presented with a trust, estate or business counseling need, it is important to work with a law firm that is solutions-oriented and whose instincts have been honored over time.

Our clients are largely referrals from satisfied clients and other professionals that we have worked with over the years.
Main Office
Main Office
12114B Heritage Park Circle
Silver Spring  MD  20906
  • (240) 543-4500
  • (202) 644-5272

Other Offices

1775 Eye Street, NW 11th Floor
Washington,  DC  20006

BT Arnett

Ms. Arnett is experienced in counseling her client base on a wide range of sophisticated matters, including domestic and international estate, trust and tax planning and administration, multijurisdictional probate, family wealth administration and preservation, tax compliance, including non-profits and private foundations, OVDP representation, expatriation and pre-immigration planning, corporate business planning, business succession planning and other business transactions and contracts.

While practicing law, Ms. Arnett worked with a tax-exempt organization along with O'Connor & Hannah, of Washington, DC before the US Supreme Court.

Concurrent with Ms. Arnett's practice of law, she authored a number of tax publications including: Teresa Arnett, "State Treatment of Net Operating Losses in the Affiliated Corporate Group and Non-affiliated Corporate Context" 1 (1997); Arnett, "State and Federal NOLD Differences Following Changes in Ownership," (Pt. 1) 10 J St. Tax'n No. 4, 71(1992); and Arnett, "State and Federal NOLD Differences Following Changes in Ownership," (Pt. 2) 11 J St. Tax'n No. 1,1(1992). Ms. Arnett also wrote and edited the prototype net operating loss portfolio for the Bloomberg/Bureau of National Affairs/Tax Management in Washington, DC.

Ms. Arnett has a enjoyed lecturing, teaching, and public speaking over the years while presenting estate planning, tax and business seminars each year for professional organizations and during a managerial internship with KPMG, LLP, National Tax Office, in Washington, D C and during her employment with a US Treasury contractor, The MITRE Corporation, in McLean, Virginia.

BT Arnett

BT Arnett

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