Lindsay Heyen concentrates her practice on the tax aspects of complex business and investment transactions, with a particular focus on single-family offices and private investment funds, and transactions involving partnerships and limited liability companies, such as acquisitions, divestitures, investments, joint ventures and restructurings.
Lindsay has extensive experience working with single-family offices in connection with the formation and/or restructuring of family offices and investment entities, the creation of investment funds, the establishment of incentive equity programs for key employees and related income tax planning. She also routinely works on complex tax planning for high-net-worth individuals and families, tax structuring for partnership-related matters, and tax controversy matters.
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