William J. Bradley
– Tax Law
– Business Planning
– Limited Liability Companies
– Tax Controversy
– Private Letter Rulings
William J. Bradley practices primarily in the areas of tax law, business planning,
corporate law, limited liability companies, and tax controversy.
Mr. Bradley began working with the Law Group in May of 2015. He was sworn
in as a licensed attorney in Illinois on November 5, 2015. He is also licensed to
practice law in Michigan.
William J. Bradley was born April 4, 1989, in Ann Arbor, Michigan. He received
his Bachelor of Arts in both Economics and German from the University of
Michigan in May of 2011, graduating magna cum laude. He went on to attend
Washington University in St. Louis School of Law, where he received his Juris
Doctorate degree in May of 2014. He then returned to Washington University to
acquire a Master of Laws in Taxation, which he received in December of 2014,
graduating at the top of his class.
While at Washington University, Mr. Bradley was the founder and president of the
Tax Law Society, where he sought and hosted speaking events with tax
professionals in the community. He also served as an Associate Notes Editor for
the Washington University Jurisprudence Review.
Before joining The Law Group, Mr. Bradley worked for the IRS, where he
researched tax issues concerning tax procedure and civil fraud, among others, and
appeared before the United States Tax Court. He has extensive knowledge of the
tax consequences of the Affordable Care Act and has been selected as a featured
speaker in the past regarding the same. He has also successfully requested and
received multiple favorable private letter rulings under the IRS regulations,
resulting in significant estate tax savings to his clients.
Mr. Bradley currently resides in Vandalia with his wife, Corinne, and is a past president of the Vandalia Rotary Club.