Attorney Walter C. Welsh practices in the areas of taxation, estate planning, and probate as well as business and tax planning. Attorney Welsh began his career as a Trial Attorney with the Office of Chief Counsel, Internal Revenue Service. He has been engaged in providing estate and tax planning for individuals, families and businesses for many years.
Attorney Welsh advises clients on using efficient plans for transferring their estates to the next generation. These plans include wills and may include a variety of trusts such as revocable trust and irrevocable life insurance trusts. The practice also includes probate and estate settlement. He advises clients on the formation of business entities and plans for transfer of or sale of businesses.
Attorney Welsh has served as tax counsel and tax planning director for major insurance companies. He helps clients successfully resolve disputes with the IRS and other taxing authorities.
Attorney Welsh is an adjunct professor at the University of Connecticut School of Law, teaching a number of courses in taxation and insurance law. He regularly speaks at conferences and seminars on issues of taxation.
Practice includes counseling and otherwise assisting in the organization, purchase and sale of businesses; estate and succession planning; and tax planning associated with these types of transactions.
American Bar Association: Tax Section, Real Property Trust & Estate Law Section
Connecticut Bar Association: Tax Section, Estate & Probate Section.