Jessica Ledingham is a business and tax attorney who provides business counsel, tax planning, and tax controversy guidance to businesses, nonprofits, and individuals.
Jessica Ledingham has an extensive tax background with an LL.M. in Taxation from the Georgetown University Law Center and is a contributor to Forbes. After serving as a Judicial Clerk to the Honorable Ronald Lee Buch. Jessica worked in “Big Law” for law firms such as Willkie, Farr & Gallagher, LLP. After serving as counsel for various Fortune 500 companies, Jessica decided to switch her focus to help the owners of start-up, growing and mature companies rise to the challenges of owning, operating, acquiring, or disposing of closely held businesses. Jessica educates business owners and executives about how to choose professionals such as accountants, financial planners, and insurance agents, and then works with those experts on business, planning, and tax issues.
Jessica provides counsel regarding organizational, governance and capitalization matters; drafts buy-sell, operating and joint venture agreements; and advises on succession planning and all aspects of contractual review, negotiations, and strategic relationships.
In addition, Jessica represents individuals and businesses with tax issues before the Internal Revenue Service and various state and local taxing authorities. As part of his tax controversy practice, she regularly advises clients on all aspects of federal, state, and local tax assessment and collection procedures. This includes representation in trust fund penalty assessments, examination, and appeals, as well as guiding clients through the Offer in Compromise process, installment agreements, collections due process hearings, requests to abate penalties, and lien releases and discharges.
- LL.M. in Taxation from Georgetown University Law Center
- Washington, D.C.
- New York
- United States Tax Court
- United States District Court, District of Nebraska