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Chester W. Grudzinski, Jr.’s practice centers upon federal, state, and other tax matters relating to various businesses and entities. He has represented many clients with the formation, operation, and liquidation of all types of business entities, including in that process many mergers and acquisitions. Mr. Grudzinski represents individuals, private business interests, and publicly traded companies. He also represents clients in tax controversy matters. His emphasis has been upon partnerships, limited liability companies, S corporations, and trusts that have engaged in a wide range of businesses, including investment activities, real estate activities, oil and gas activities, and other active businesses.
Chester is a Trustee of the Law School Foundation of Texas Tech School of Law. Chester is also an active member with the Partnership Tax Committee of the American Bar Association and has participated as a speaker and as a member of discussion panels for such committee. Chester has a commitment to the community through his service on the Board of the Longhorn Council, Boy Scouts of America, as a Westside Little League baseball coach, and as a volunteer coordinator at the Presbyterian Night Shelter in Fort Worth for All Saints Episcopal Church.