Grant Silvester counsels high net worth individuals and families in tax, business and estate planning matters. He advises clients on how to minimize estate, gift, generation-skipping, income and property taxes. He develops tax-efficient plans while addressing the unique personal concerns of each family. His practice involves the formation and administration of trusts and business entities, including partnerships, limited liability companies and corporations, as well as planning for charitable giving. Grant assists fiduciaries and beneficiaries with estate and trust administration matters, including the preparation and filing of estate and gift tax returns.
Grant gained hands-on experience as a student advocate in the Federal Tax Clinic at the Legal Services Center of Harvard Law School. He represented low-income taxpayers in controversies with the IRS, involving examinations, administrative appeals and collection matters. Grant remains passionate about serving the community through pro bono initiatives. Grant was a summer associate with Day Pitney in 2021.
At the University of Virginia, Grant was a member of the Men’s Soccer Team, winning a DI NCAA National Championship in 2014.
in Taxation, cum laude, 2021; Florida Tax Review, Editor; Florida Law Review, Managing Editor
Recipient of CALI Excellence for the Future Award for Legal Drafting from the University of Florida Levin College of Law, 2019
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