Raymond Jr., John J.

John J. Raymond, Jr. concentrates his practice in income tax, estate and gift tax, and related tax and financial matters. He advises individuals on various planning issues, and has a special focus counseling owners and management of closely-held business on business valuation, income tax, reorganization, investment, asset protection, and estate tax planning for the owners and their families.

He has delivered numerous lectures each year before the Michigan Association of Certified Public Accountants, Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Florida Society of Enrolled Agents, the State Bar of Michigan, the Institute of Continuing Legal Education and other financial and business organizations including Chase, Comerica, Harris Trust, Smith Barney, Merrill Lynch, Raymond James, Prudential, and McDonald’s Corporation.

Raymond is the Chairman of A.S.K.K., a Palm Beach not-for-profit organization which provides funds for service animals for disabled children and military personnel. He is also the Vice Chairman of the Miller Family Foundation.

Bar Membership

Michigan
Florida

Education

Georgetown University
Washington, District of Columbia,
B.S.B.A., Accounting and Finance

Georgetown University Law Center
Washington , District of Columbia,
J.D., Juris Doctor

Wayne State University Law School
Detroit, Michigan,
LL.M., Taxation

Affiliations

Delray String Quartet Foundation
Vice Chairman

Evelyn McPherson Foundation
Chairman of the Board

Palm Beach Symphony
Former Board Member