Menu
Search

Gerald (Jerry) Jambrosek

HomeGerald (Jerry) Jambrosek
carroll
Of Counsel 

Gerald (Jerry) Jambrosek

Gerald F. Jambrosek practices in the areas of taxation, estate and trust administration, probate, and business law, providing counsel to high net worth individuals and families.  Jerry has extensive experience in both taxation and closely-held business valuation.  He is uniquely qualified to advise owners of interests in closely held entities of strategies to pass those ownership interests to subsequent generations in the most effective and least costly manner.

Jerry began his career with the Internal Revenue Service as an IRS Estate Tax Attorney, retiring in 1970 as the Supervisory Attorney responsible for all IRS Estate and Gift tax audits conducted in the northern district of Illinois.

From 1976 to 1985 Jerry served as counsel to Chapter 10 of the National Treasury Employees Union, representing approximately 2000 IRS employees in the Chicago District, in contract negotiations, adverse action hearings, FOIA, and EEO complaints.

Jerry has been a NACVA Certified Valuation Analyst since 2000 and has prepared numerous business valuation reports for taxpayers involved in state and federal tax audits, acquisitions, and civil litigation.

Education

  • DePaul University
  • DePaul University College of Law, L.L.B.

Organizations

  • Illinois State Bar Association
  • Chicago Bar Association
  • National Association of Certified Valuation Analysts
  • Institute of Business Appraisers

Admissions

  • Illinois Supreme Court
  • United States Tax Court

Awards & Honors

Speeches & Publications

OTHER ATTORNEYS

Contact us

Get In Touch

  • Please do not submit any confidential information using this contact form. Current clients should contact their attorney directly.

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Please be advised that any response to this email does not create an attorney-client relationship and, therefore, no attorney-client privilege is attached by this communication. You should not send any confidential information to the firm until you have received a written agreement from the firm to perform legal services on your behalf. Unless you have received such a written agreement, we will not consider any correspondence you send us as confidential. Do you agree with these terms?
ACCEPT the terms or Cancel the email.

Call Now Button