Matthew S. McRoberts
Mr. McRoberts has been practicing in southwest Florida for over six years. During this time he has worked closely with business owners throughout all phases of their businesses. Specifically, he has implemented cross-border entity restructurings, significant business and asset acquisitions, entity formations, mergers, and sales of businesses.
Additionally, Mr. McRoberts has significant experience working with the Internal Revenue Service and Florida Department of Revenue to resolve his client's tax controversies. He has resolved matters at the examination and appellate levels as well as with IRS counsel without the need for litigation. Mr. McRoberts has experience with significant tax shelter promoter controversies, multi-million dollar refund litigation, employment tax controversies, trust fund recovery penalties, penalty abatements, lien withdrawals and installment agreements.
Finally, Mr. McRoberts has represented private foundations and public charities in order to obtain their tax exempt status and continued to represent them as they grew.
In May 2010, Mr. McRoberts received his Juris Doctor from Penn State University, Dickinson School of Law, where he was a member of the Woolsack Honor Society. In May, 2011, he received his Master of Laws in Taxation from the New York University School of Law, where he focused on mergers and acquisitions, taxation of business entities, including affiliated corporations, and common tax issues faced by high net worth individuals.
In his spare time, Mr. McRoberts enjoys road cycling, offshore fishing, golfing and spending time with his growing family.
New York University School of Law
Master of Laws (LL.M.) in Taxation, May 2011
Penn State University, The Dickinson School of Law
Juris Doctor, May 2010
University of Texas
Bachelor of Arts in Government, May 2005
United States Tax Court
Florida Bar Association - Tax Section
New York State Bar Association – Tax Section
American Bar Association
Federal Bar Association
Collier County Bar Association
Pan Florida Challenge - Development Committee, Rider