Jonathan A. Brod

Jonathan A. Brod

Sole practitioner since February 1, 1992. Practiced tax and estate planning since early 1971, starting as a trial lawyer for the I.R.S. and spending 11 years as a shareholder (including managing partner) of Valensi, Rose & Magaram in Los Angeles.

Firm Overview

Sole practitioner since February 1, 1992. Practiced tax and estate planning since early 1971, starting as a trial lawyer for the I.R.S. and spending 11 years as a shareholder (including managing partner) of Valensi, Rose & Magaram in Los Angeles. Statement of Practice Summary: Estate Planning, Wills and Trusts, Post-Mortem Tax Planning, Probate, Tax Planning and Tax Litigation and Corporate. Year Established: 1992

Main Office

Main Office
1801 Century Park East, Suite 1520

Los Angeles CA 90067

Phone

310-556-2282

Fax

Business

The law office of Jonathan A. Brod will represent your business legal matters.

Statement of Practice Summary Estate Planning, Wills and Trusts, Post-Mortem Tax Planning, Probate, Tax Planning and Tax Litigation and Corporate.

Jonathan A. Brod

Jonathan A. Brod

Practice Areas
-Trusts and Estates
-Business Law
-Corporate Law
-Taxation

University Purdue University, B.A., 1967

Law School Cornell University, J.D., 1970

Admitted 1971, California

Memberships State Bar of California.

Born Los Angeles, California, September 19, 1946

Biography Adjunct Professor of Law, San Fernando Valley School of Law, 1975-1978. Lecturer, University of Southern California Tax Institute, 1980. Trial Counsel for Tax Court Division, Office of Regional Counsel, Internal Revenue Service, 1970-1975.

ISLN 908784316

Education

Cornell University
Juris Doctorate,

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