H. Craig Pitts
PartnerPitts is a Certified Public Accountant and has broad experience in financial, tax and business matters. Prior to entering private practice of law, he worked at the Internal Revenue Service in complex tax issues affecting individuals, estates and business entities. This practical experience is applied to his clients in their tax planning and business needs.
A. Kyle Swisher
PartnerKyle has considerable experience in the areas of estate planning, asset protection, probate/guardianship, business formation and planning, real estate, tax disputes, contracts, litigation and general business transactions.
Kyle also represents clients in divorce matters by valuing and dividing retirement plan benefits and the subsequent preparation of Qualified Domestic Relations Orders (“QDROs”).
Daniel G. Howard
Currently, Dan is Chief Operating Officer and General Counsel for a start-up telecommunications software company, 46Labs LLC, where he oversees day-to-day operations, assists the company developing new businesses and works to secure mezzanine level funding for the venture. In addition to his work with 46 Labs, Dan has been practicing law for twelve years, most recently at the firm Rubenstein & Pitts a multi-specialty law firm in Edmond Oklahoma.
Jonathan D. Reiff
AttorneySince 1981, Jon Reiff has handled a wide range of personal and business tax and estate planning matters. His practice includes multi-generation estate tax planning for parties with complex business and other holdings, ordinary trust and estate planning for individual and blended families, and tax matters relating to businesses.
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