Meet Patrick, a pragmatic tax adviser and licensed mariner.
Here’s why you’ll enjoy working with him.
Patrick has the ability to take the myriad of issues that make the tax world seem daunting and translate them into plain English. While he was working at a local accounting firm, Patrick gained a strong background in not only the theory, but the unique practicalities of tax issues, and how they relate to reporting transactions to the IRS and local tax authorities.
But his passion isn’t just deciphering the tax code; it’s putting the tax laws to work for clients, whether it’s through the issuance of tax exempt bonds to aid a municipality or securing low income housing tax credits to build affordable housing, and everything in between. He also extends his skill set beyond individuals and corporations and can assist the non-profit world as well with corporate governance matters, obtaining tax exempt status and maintaining it. Patrick’s expertise isn’t limited to tax, he also works with all manner of business matters, such as formations, governance and succession planning.
But that’s not all, Patrick is also very experienced in:
- Mergers and acquisitions
- Representation before the IRS and local tax authorities
In his former life, Patrick was:
- A tax staff member at a local accounting firm
- A corporate associate at a New Hampshire based law firm
- An intern at the United States Department of Transportation
When Patrick isn’t working, he is…
Coaching and playing hockey, cycling and hiking. Patrick also has his sea captain’s license and gets out on the water whenever he can.
JD, University of Maine School of Law, 2014, magna cum laude
BS, University of Maine, 2010 summa cum laude
Admitted to practice
State of Maine
State of New Hampshire
Commonwealth of Massachusetts
American Bar Association