Jason S. Damicone

Principal

The majority of Jason’s legal career has been devoted to helping clients navigate the uncertainties of life’s ups and downs. From the excitement of starting a new business to the apprehension of selling an existing business and beginning a new adventure, Jason’s knowledge and commitment to his clients eases the stress associated with these major life changes.

 

Jason’s L.L.M. in Taxation coupled with his experience in Estate Planning, Probate, and Federal Tax allows him to assist his clients in unique ways.  Whether it is the passing of a loved one or formulating a plan to protect a client’s assets and family from the unexpected, Jason’s experience and knowledge is an asset to his clients.

 

Education

  • L.L.M. Taxation, New York University of Law

  • JD, University of Akron School of Law

  • BA, The Ohio State University

Current and Previous Firm Experience

  • Horwitz & Damicone, LLC - Principal, 2007 - Present

  • Handwork & Kerscher, LLC - Associate, 2006 - 2007

  • Barkan & Robon, Ltd., Associate, 2003 - 2006

Bar Memberships & Associations

  • U. S. Court of Appeals: Third Circuit, Fourth Circuit, Fifth Circuit, Sixth Circuit, Seventh Circuit, Ninth Circuit, Eleventh Circuit, Federal Circuit

  • United States Tax Court

  • United States Court of Claims

  • United States Federal District Court, Northern District of Ohio

  • United States Federal District Court, Eastern District of Michigan

Publications

  • Estate Planning Magazine - January 2020 "Is Business Down Turn Insurance Finally Available and Affordable"

  • Estate Planning Magazine - December 2016 "Business Asset Trust: An Entity to Protect Operational Assets"

  • NAEPC Journal of Estate & Tax Planning - December 2016 “Estate Planning Traps That Have Nothing to do with Estate Taxes”

  • The Practical Lawyer - February 2014 “How to Prepare Your Company For Sale (With Due Diligence Checklist)” 

  • Estate Planning Magazine- - January 2012 “Creative Uses of Options and Trusts to Transfer Wealth”

  • Trust & Estates Magazine - November 2011 "A Decent Proposal”

  • Estate Planning Magazine - April 2008  “Creative Uses of Intentionally Defective Irrevocable Trusts”

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