Tyson Ehlinger is a trusts and estates attorney in Jackson Walker’s Austin office. Tyson advises clients on wealth preservation strategies and estate plans specifically tailored to accomplish each client’s unique goals, which often include:
- Minimizing gift tax, estate tax, generation-skipping transfer tax and income tax exposure;
- Liability and creditor protection;
- Marital property planning;
- Life insurance planning;
- Business structuring and succession planning;
- Partnership tax compliance;
- Optimizing charitable desires;
- Planning for incapacity and death; and
- Maintaining family harmony.
Tyson helps his clients accomplish such goals through the creation and structuring of wills, powers of attorney, revocable trusts, irrevocable trusts, partnerships, LLCs, and S Corps.
Tyson’s experience includes advising clients on complex partnership tax issues that result from having several owners of an operating business or several family members involved in a family investment partnership.
Tyson also assists individuals, families, and trustees with trust administration and estate administration after a death has occurred, including the preparation of estate tax returns and gift tax returns.
B.S., University of North Carolina
J.D., honors distinction, University of Texas School of Law
L.L.M. in Taxation, with distinction, Georgetown University Law Center
- Graduate Tax Scholar
- Recipient, Certificate in Estate Planning
- Texas Rising Star, Super Lawyers by Thomson Reuters, 2023
- Author and Speaker, “Mechanics of Transferring Digital Assets” at Texas Bar CLE Annual Intermediate Estate Planning & Probate Course, Dallas, Texas, June 6, 2023
- Member, Estate Planning Council of Central Texas
- Member, Tax Section of the American Bar Association
- Member, Real Estate, Probate, and Trust Law Section of the State Bar of Texas
March 23, 2023Attorney News
Jackson Walker is pleased to announce the selection of 63 attorneys to Thomson Reuters’ 2023 “Super Lawyers – Rising Stars” list, which recognizes only 5% of Texas attorneys who either are 40 years of age or younger or have been in practice for 10 years or less.