Kevin Bender is a tax attorney with experience in a vast range of federal tax matters.  His clients include businesses, tax exempt organizations and high net worth individuals.  Kevin advises partnerships, closely held corporations, and their owners on a variety of transactions including formations, reorganizations, recapitalizations, mergers, asset sales, entity selection and specialized tax planning opportunities such as taking advantage of qualified small business stock.  Additionally, he advises on the formation and operation of a variety of tax-exempt organizations, including private foundations, public charities, social welfare organizations, fraternal lodge organizations and many others.  He also provides tax planning and advice to existing exempt organizations.  Kevin advises high net worth individuals and fiduciaries with income and transfer tax planning, including the creation and administration of trusts and the administration of large estates.  He also represents clients in tax disputes before the IRS and the United States Tax Court. 

Kevin Bender is a tax attorney with experience in a vast range of federal tax matters.  His clients include businesses, tax exempt organizations and high net worth individuals.  Kevin advises partnerships, closely held corporations, and their owners on a variety of transactions including formations, reorganizations, recapitalizations, mergers, asset sales, entity selection and specialized tax planning opportunities such as taking advantage of qualified small business stock.  Additionally, he advises on the formation and operation of a variety of tax-exempt organizations, including private foundations, public charities, social welfare organizations, fraternal lodge organizations and many others.  He also provides tax planning and advice to existing exempt organizations.  Kevin advises high net worth individuals and fiduciaries with income and transfer tax planning, including the creation and administration of trusts and the administration of large estates.  He also represents clients in tax disputes before the IRS and the United States Tax Court. 

Kevin is a frequent writer and speaker.  He has taught numerous continuing-legal-education programs, spoken at the American Bar Association Section of Taxation National CLE Conference, and the Virginia Society of Certified Public Accountants Forensic and Valuation Conference.  He has also published articles on estate tax, generation-skipping transfer tax, payroll tax and federal tax valuation.  He serves as an editor of the American Bar Association’s Probate and Property law journal.

In addition to practicing law, Kevin is a small business owner and award-winning filmmaker.  Before becoming an attorney, he was an accountant and financial analyst for a large multinational financial services company.

Kevin obtained his law degree from William and Mary Law School in Williamsburg, Virginia (his hometown), where he graduated summa cum laude and received the John E. Donaldson Award for best tax student.  He received his undergraduate degree, with Distinction, from the University of Virginia.