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R. Milton Crouch

R. Milton Crouch

Partner

T (404) 962-1037
F (404) 962-1272
Overview

Milton Crouch practices in the areas of federal taxation, corporate and business counseling, trusts and estates planning, charitable giving, compensation and employee benefits, and mergers and acquisitions.

Mr. Crouch's tax planning practice includes a variety of services for corporate clients and individuals, including structuring mergers and acquisitions, stock option plans, deferred compensation arrangements and other executive fringe benefits. In addition to tax advice, Mr. Crouch counsels businesses on employment and buy/sell agreements. Mr. Crouch has extensive experience in the area of trusts and estates that includes drafting wills and trust agreements, advising clients on a variety of deferred giving techniques, handling probate matters, drafting family limited partnerships, and preparing and filing estate tax returns.

Mr. Crouch also has more than 20 years experience advising non-profit corporations, preparing applications for exemption from income tax, and resolving controversies with the IRS.

Mr. Crouch is a member of the State Bar of Georgia and the Atlanta Bar Association. After obtaining his undergraduate degree from Emory University, Mr. Crouch earned his law degree and master of laws in taxation from Emory University School of Law. He is a member of Omicron Delta Kappa Honorary Fraternity.

Thought Leadership
Education
  • Emory University School of Law, J.D.
  • Emory University, M.L.T.
Admissions
  • Georgia
Affiliations
  • State Bar of Georgia
  • Atlanta Bar Association
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