Jason Jones focuses his practice primarily in the areas of trusts and estates and taxation law. Jason advises on income, gift and estate tax and trust planning for domestic and foreign high-net-worth individuals, their families and their closely-held businesses.
Jason strives to assist clients with the development and implementation of sophisticated estate plans and business succession strategies that are tailored to their particular needs and objectives. He also counsels clients regarding international ties on U.S. federal income, gift and estate tax matters associated with their cross-border investments, including U.S. real estate investments, business activities and pre-immigration planning. In addition, Jason represents clients regarding complex estate and trust administration matters.
Jason is fluent in Spanish.
- Books Awards:
- Partnership Tax
- Family Law
- Tax research assistant, Professor L. Benezech, Tulane University Law School
- "What's the Future of Hospitality and Tourism in Cuba as US Embargo Loosens?," co-author, Daily Business Review, July 27, 2016
- "Opportunities and Risks for U.S. Businesses at the Port of Mariel," co-author, Daily Business Review, Apr. 21, 2016
- "Cuba: The Risks and Rewards for U.S. Businesses," co-author, Feb. 22, 2016
- "Proposed Innovation Box Legislation," author, Sept. 28, 2015
- "Streamlined Procedures for Authenticating Documents in Brazil," author, Aug. 15, 2015
- "SEC Issues Guidance on Accredited Investor Status," author, Sept. 16, 2014
- Florida Bar Association
- Tax Section, 2013-present
- American Bar Association, 2013-present