Newsmakers: Rome attorney Brian Bojo earns masters in taxation law from New York University School of Law — in his spare time from a very public law practice as well as husband and father of three.

Newsmakers: Rome attorney Brian Bojo earns masters in taxation law from New York University School of Law — in his spare time from a very public law practice as well as husband and father of three.

In context: Attorney Brian Bojo’s name is a familiar one in Northwest Georgia. From growing up here to pursuing his law degree, Bojo has been very active in the community while practicing his profession. In recent years, he was in the headlines as the executor working with investigators and the Floyd County Board of Education in the $4 million theft investigation and the control of property seized in that investigation.
Throughout it all, he also made time to pursue another law degree, this time in taxation. That’s in addition to being a husband to Jenny and raising three children. A Rome native, Bojo serves on the Board of Trustees of his alma mater, Toccoa Falls College, and is the son of Donna and Jim Bojo.

Media release: McRae Smith Peek Harman & Monroe LLP announces that partner Brian Bojo was conferred an LLM (masters in law) in Taxation by New York University School of Law on May 23. The degree is obtained by those select few attorneys who wish to pursue a specialized legal field after completing law school. New York University School of Law boasts the no. 1-ranked tax law program in the country with a very low acceptance rate.

During this program, Brian focused on issued related to estate and gift tax, income tax of trusts and estates, generational transfer of business interests, nonprofit organizations and charitable giving.

Brian focuses his practice on working with families on estate planning and small business succession planning, and enjoys creating unique estate plans that reflect a family’s values, enhance family legacy, preserve assets and minimize taxes, both during life, after death and often for many years beyond.

For more: 706-291-6223 or www.msp-lawfirm.com.

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