Tanya L. Bower, a director with Tripp Scott, focuses her practice on corporate and tax matters, including estate planning, asset protection and wealth preservation.
She counsels owners of closely-held businesses on estate-planning matters and help clients in a wide range of businesses on ERISA matters, including establishing, amending and terminating pension plans. In addition, she is experienced at drafting corporate contracts and other documents; establishing and dissolving corporations, limited-liability companies and partnerships; and representing owners in acquisitions and mergers, including analyzing the tax aspects of these transactions.
An active member of the community, Bower is Director for ARC Broward. She is a graduate of Class XXIV of Leadership Broward, where she currently serves as the Chair. Bower is a member of the Junior League of Greater Ft. Lauderdale. She formerly served as treasurer for the sustainers, as co-chair of its strategic planning committee, Riverwalk Run and as a member and treasurer of the Transitional Independent Living for Foster Children Committee. In addition, she formerly served as secretary and a director of Rebuilding Together Broward County Inc., a director of Family Services Agency Inc., and the tournament chairperson for the Bobby Bowden Golf Tournament for the Seminole Club of Broward County.
In addition to her community involvement, Bower is a frequent speaker on estate taxation, business entity formation and structure and pension-related issues to community and business organizations.
Bower holds an LL.M in taxation from the University of Miami School of Law, a law degree, with honors, from Florida State University College of Law and a bachelor's degree in business administration from Nova Southeastern University
Honors: With Highest Honors
Major: Business Administration
Honors: With Honors