Gina focuses her practice on all aspects of estate planning, including drafting simple wills to complex trusts, business succession planning, advising on fiduciary matters and federal estate and gift tax returns; facilitating probate and estate administration; establishing guardianships; and federal tax controversy before the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

She assists individuals and families with wealth transfer and gift giving strategies, tax planning, and asset protection planning.  She also assists family and small business owners with organization, structure and preservation of ownership for future generations.

Gina also represent clients with Federal Tax matters having either individual or corporate tax issues before the IRS including lien subordination and discharge, levy releases, installment agreements, offer in compromise, innocent & injured spouse claims, appeals, and examinations. She educates clients as to their rights and responsibilities before the IRS and facilitates disclosure to the IRS for clients with foreign assets or accounts.

She is very involved in Lawyers to the Rescue, a non-profit, pro-bono legal outreach at Camillus House for the homeless as well as Dade Legal Aid and Put Something Back.

Gina received her Bachelor’s degree from the George Washington University, Elliot School of International Affairs.  She received her Master’s of Business Administration from the University of Miami and her J.D. degree from Florida International University, College of Law.  She is admitted to practice in Florida and before the U.S. Tax Court.

Gina lives in south Florida with her husband and two sons.