Practicing law since 2006, Taylor Porter Special Counsel Rebecca Hinton represents individuals and businesses in the areas of federal, state and local taxation; tax controversies; estate planning; numerous business matters; successions; and trusts.
In her tax practice, Rebecca advises clients on formation and operations of entities for both tax planning and state law compliance issues, and drafting business documents to achieve client objectives.
Rebecca's additional tax law experience includes:
Rebecca prepares securities offering materials for clients to market to potential investors, ensuring compliance with both Federal and state securities and administration laws. In her estate planning and administration practice, she assists clients with the preparation of their personal estate planning documents, ranging from traditional wills and powers of attorney to establishing large scale trusts, family limited liability companies, and long-term gifting plans to lessen Federal estate and gift tax exposure. She also supports clients in administering successions.
Rebecca serves as secretary of the Estate & Business Planning Council of Baton Rouge, an interdisciplinary organization for professionals involved in estate planning. In the community, she is a board member of the nonprofit SportsBR, dedicated to uniting sports and the Baton Rouge community.
Rebecca earned her J.D., in 2006, from Louisiana State University Paul M. Hebert Law Center, where she was production editor of the Louisiana Law Review, and a member of the Order of the Coif. She earned a bachelor of science in accounting, summa cum laude, from Louisiana Tech University, in 2003. Rebecca currently teaches a course on income tax at LSU Law Center.
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