Chae Dobson is a tax attorney, licensed in Alabama, with over a decade of experience advising high net worth individuals and businesses. She graduated with her Juris Doctorate from Cumberland School of Law in Birmingham, AL in 2008. After graduating from Cumberland, Chae moved to beautiful Miami to attend the very competitive University of Miami Graduate Law program in Taxation. She received her LL.M with a specialization in International Taxation in 2009.
Chae moved back to Birmingham, AL and started her legal career as a litigator as well as legal counsel for County Government where she advised on tax controversy issues. Following this, Chae went on to work for an International Tax Firm traveling throughout the United States consulting over 100 businesses in diverse industries, such as Manufacturing, Oil & Gas, Construction, Healthcare, Agriculture, Architecture & Engineering on tax strategies in the areas of entity structuring, asset protection, retirement, estate planning and business succession. While traveling, Chae became an expert in teaching these strategies to shareholders and key management.
Chae is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. and is passionate about serving her community as well as serving her veterans community. Her father served in the U.S. Military and retired after thirty (30) years of service--Retired as Colonel. Chae thanks all of our military service members and veterans for serving our country. Chae is equally devoted to her family and she is the proud mother of two children.
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