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Andrew Bleyer provides clients with a broad range of solutions to complex fiduciary conflicts and tax planning challenges.

As part of the Fiduciary Litigation team, Mr. Bleyer represents financial institutions and individuals in complex fiduciary conflicts.  Mr. Bleyer has experience with a wide variety of trust disputes, ranging from complicated family business conflicts to knotty tax issues.  Mr. Bleyer’s tax controversy experience includes representing clients regarding valuation, estate, gift, and G.S.T. tax issues.

Mr. Bleyer’s planning practice is focused on assisting families and business owners with wealth preservation and tax planning.  His experience and tax LL.M. provide Mr. Bleyer with a wide variety of sophisticated trust, charitable, and closely-held business planning strategies to help clients meet their goals.

While earning both a J.D. cum laude and an LL.M. in taxation at Washington University in St. Louis, Mr. Bleyer served as Managing Editor of the Jurisprudence Review and received awards for excellence in Oral Advocacy, Income Taxation, and Wealth Planning and Drafting.

Practices

Professional Affiliations

    • American Bar Association
    • St. Louis Bar Association
    • Missouri Bar - Fiduciary Litigation Committee; Probate and Trust Committee
    • St. Louis Bar Association
    • Missouri Bar - Fiduciary Litigation Committee; Probate and Trust Committee
    • Missouri Bar - Fiduciary Litigation Committee; Probate and Trust Committee
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Publications

"Treasury to Withdraw Proposed IRC 2704 Regulations," Trust Bryan Cave blog, Oct. 26, 2017

"Planning and the Death of the Death Tax," Trust Bryan Cave blog, May 1, 2017

"Changes in the Final Portability Regulations," Trust Bryan Cave blog, July 10, 2015

"Don’t Get Stuck With a Non-Deductible Conservation Easement," Trust Bryan Cave blog, Oct. 3, 2014

Speaking Engagements

  • CLE: Litigation Risks of COVID-19 Remote Witness and Notary Laws, The Federal Bar Association, May 15, 2020
  • "Income Tax Basis Considerations," 2nd Annual Trust and Estates Disputes Symposium, St. Louis, August 29, 2019