Lawyer Profile
Robert Ritchey
Gilpin Givhan - Montgomery
2660 EastChase Lane, Suite 300
Montgomery, AL, 36117
 
Phone | 334-244-1111
Toll Free | 877-269-2364
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Law School - Samford University Cumberland School of Law
Bar Admission - 9/27/1985

Law Office Locations: Birmingham, Montgomery

Geographic Areas Served: Birmingham, Montgomery

Overview

Robert M. Ritchey is a member of the firm’s Taxation and Business Organizations & Transactions practice groups.

Areas of Practice:
Business Organizations & Transactions
Taxation

Admissions:
Alabama State Bar
     Member, Alabama Board of Bar Examiners, 1996-present

Member:

Montgomery County Bar Association
American Bar Association
     Member, Sections on Taxation, Real Property,
     Probate and Trust Law

Biography

B.S., University of Alabama at Birmingham, 1982
J.D. (magna cum laude), Cumberland School of Law, Samford University, 1985
LL.M. in Taxation, New York University, 1986

Other:
Member and Associate Editor, Cumberland Law Review, 1984-85

Experience

Robert M. Ritchey is a member of the firm’s Taxation and Business Organizations & Transactions practice groups.

During his twenty years of practice Robert Ritchey has assisted a wide variety of closely-held business organizations with all aspects of their operations, including formation issues, merger and acquisition transactions, and business succession and family planning matters.

Robert Ritchey’s educational background in accounting and tax allows him to advise clients on a broad range of complex business and legal planning matters, and to understand and work, on a team approach, with his client’s other professional advisors.

In addition to his business organization and commercial transaction work, Robert Ritchey works extensively with all types of tax-exempt and non-profit organizations, including community foundations and private family foundations. This work includes both entity formation matters and the process of applying for and obtaining tax-exempt status.

Recent Speeches and Presentations:

“Change Alabama with Giving Alternatives,” Alabama Giving, a charitable gifting network, 2004

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