GARY S. JOINER
- Practice Areas. Mr. Joiner practices in the following areas: Business Law, Association Law, Corporations, Partnership Agreements, Securities, Finance, Estate Planning, Wills and Trusts, Probate, Taxation, and Real Estate.
- Attorney. Frascona, Joiner, Goodman and Greenstein, P.C., Boulder, Colorado. Of Counsel since 2015. Shareholder and Director 1981 - 2015. Member since 1978.
- Certified Financial Planner. Graduate of College for Financial Planning, Denver, Colorado, and holder of "Certified Financial Planner" designation.
- Soccer Coach. United States Soccer Federation, "C" Coaching License. Coach and Member of Board of Directors, F.C. Boulder Soccer Club, Boulder, Colorado.
- President. Baseline Water District, 1987-89.
- L.L.M., University of Denver, Taxation, 1978
- J.D., University of Denver, 1975
- B.S., Northwestern University, Economics, 1972
- U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado
- U.S. Tax Court
- Member, American Bar Association
- Member, Colorado Bar Association
- Member, Boulder Bar Association
- Member, Institute of Certified Financial Planners
RECENT ARTICLES BY GARY JOINER
Raising Financing Through Crowdfunding
Crowdfunding has become a popular way of raising financing. It generally involves using the internet to ask a large number of people to each contribute a small amount of money to support a cause or a project. In some cases, people give money as a donation because they believe in the particular cause or project.
Private Placement Offerings of Securities
For entrepreneurs seeking to raise money for a business or investment opportunity, one alternative is to make a private placement offering of securities to potential investors. A private placement offering is a limited offering of securities, such as shares of stock of a corporation or interests in a partnership or limited liability company, which
Use of Family Limited Partnerships in Estate Planning
Family limited partnerships can be useful vehicles for accomplishing certain estate planning and asset protection planning goals. Historically, they were often used as an alternative to a corporation for purposes of holding real estate or as an operating vehicle for a family business because they offer limited liability protection of the same type afforded
Best Form for Your Colorado Business Entity
Choosing the Best Form for Your Colorado Business Entity In recent years, the number of business entity forms available under Colorado law has doubled, adding limited liability companies (“LLC’s”), limited liability partnerships (“LLP’s”) and limited liability limited partnerships (“LLLP’s”), to the basic group consisting of general partnerships, limited partnerships and corporations. The factors which have
Deferred Like-Kind Exchanges of Real Property
Like-Kind Exchanges of Real Estate Like-kind exchanges under Internal Revenue Code Section 1031 are a popular method used by real estate investors for disposing of one property and acquiring another without recognition of taxable gain. When taxable gain is not recognized in a transaction, income taxes are not required to be paid as a result
Gary S. Joiner is of counsel at Frascona, Joiner, Goodman and Greenstein, P.C., a Colorado law firm. His practice areas include Real Estate, Association Law, Business Law, Corporations,Securities, Partnership Agreements, Finance, Taxation, Estate Planning, Wills & Trusts, and Probate. Contact Gary Joiner.
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