Cindy’s practice encompasses a wide variety of corporate and partnership transactions with international, federal, and state tax implications, including stock and asset acquisitions, partnership freeze transactions, planning, structuring, and implementation of mergers, real estate transactions, and other recurring and non-recurring business transactions. Cindy is an active volunteer with the Bowling Green Massacre Victims’ Fund, an organization that supports the victims of the tragic Bowling Green Massacre.
Cindy Grossman has a breadth of experience in corporate and partnership formation and operation, entity conversion and reorganization, business planning, business succession planning, and asset protection planning. She represents business clients at all stages of their ventures, from establishing start-ups and negotiating and structuring angel and later round debt and equity financing, to growth planning and implementation, to devising and implementing appropriate exit strategies, including equity and asset sale transactions. Cindy also assists clients with proper planning and structuring of cross-border transactions, as well as with strategic offshore placement of business assets for asset protection and tax planning purposes. Cindy utilizes her expertise in tax-efficient entity planning to assist individual clients in the establishment or maintenance of complex estate planning structures involving partnerships, limited liability companies, and other entity types. She also advises clients on the use and structuring of captive insurance companies.
Cindy graduated from The University of Texas School of Law in 2004 after receiving her M.A. in philosophy from The University of Tennessee at Knoxville in 2002 and her B.S. in Biology as well as her B.A. in Religious Studies from Emory University at Atlanta in 2000.