Good Attorneys At Law

Good Attorneys At Law

What We Do - Cryptocurrency Lawyer: Blockchain, Tax, Financial Services law, Compliance

Firm Overview

Why Choose Us?

- 20+ years of legal experience in industries ranging from payment processing to FinTech compliance to cryptocurrency and blockchain enterprises.

- Low-volume, premium service This is not a factory. We dedicate ourselves to long term relationships with select clients seeking white glove service.

- Available on your terms Pick up the phone, send us a text or shoot us an email. We work when you need us.

Areas of Law
-Tax Law
-Aviation Tax Structuring
-Business Startup Expenditures
-Cancellation of Debt Issues Short Sales, Foreclosure -Tax Consequences
-Corporate and Partnership Tax
-Depreciation and Recapture
-Entity Formation and Dissolution
-Foreign Bank Account Reporting and Compliance
-US Asset Purchases
-Foreign Entity Formation
-Investment Tax Matters
-Like-Kind (1031) Exchanges
-Property Tax
-Real Estate Tax Matters
-Taxation of US Residents Living Abroad
-Tax Representation and Tax Litigation
-Federal Income Tax Audits
-Aircraft Audits
-State Sales and Use Tax Audits
-Tax Court Representation
-Innocent Spouse Claims
-Offers In Compromise
-Employment Tax Audits
-Installment Agreements
-Tax Settlements and Negotiation
-Bankruptcy Tax
-Blockchain Law
-Cryptocurrency Tax Law / Crypto Lawyer
-Cryptocurrency Contract Law
-Cryptocurrency Securities Law
-Cryptocurrency Financial Services / Banking Law
-Cryptocurrency International Law
-Financial Services
-Anti-Money Laundering Laws
-Data Privacy Laws
-Data Security Laws

Call 239-213-8149 to schedule your free initial consultation. We also offer fixed hourly rates and fixed fees are available.
Main Office

Main
382 NE 191st Street, Suite 15198
Miami  FL  33179

Phone
  • (239) 213-8149
Fax

How did your firm decide on the primary area of practice(s)?

I enjoy utilizing my special training in tax law (LL.M. distinction) in coming up with answers to the hard tax questions. I take great pleasure in helping my clients with their business tax needs. This can include everything from which entity to form to how to structure your relationships with other partners or shareholders to the types of deductions you can take and how to take them.

I have specific experience working with private aircraft owners. This is very narrowly focused area of the tax law is fascinating in that you can achieve substantial cost savings when purchasing a business plane. Advising clients in this area requires somebody with not only a firm grounding in tax law, but also in the specific nuances of aviation law.

Getting audited by the IRS or the Florida Department of revenue can be a nerve-racking experience. I enjoy helping my clients wherever possible, to be the tax man and keep more of what they earn. One thing I've discovered is how important it is for anyone who is audit to reach out to a professional immediately, so that you do not compromise your rights or provide information that's not required. While the taxing authorities might be very nice and very professional, the fact is they are not on your side the way your employer will be.

As an entertainer myself (drummer and DJ) I have been lucky enough to represent my fellow artists in the legal issues common to the entertainment industry, including copyright, trademark, contract and licensing issues. This area of my practice developed through my friendships with others in the fashion and music industries and has grown from there. I take personal satisfaction in seeing my clients' success both as businesspeople and entertainers.

What is your firm's point of view regarding clients educating themselves on legal issues?

The key is for my clients to have a good understanding of their problem and the possible range of solutions. Of course, the better educated you are coming through the door to more in depth we can get early in the process. I look at the attorney-client relationship as just that, a relationship. I am your coach in figuring out the right plays for the job.

Is your firm willing to review documents prepared by clients?

For quality, ethical and insurance reasons, I gear my practice towards drafting any documents my clients need.

Is your firm willing to coach clients who want to represent themselves?

See Number 2, above.

Ari Good

Licensed for 25 years, Ari Good, JD LL.M. (Taxation Law) is a cryptocurrency lawyer who advises clients in tax law, blockchain law and financial services law matters. He has advised hundreds of clients in industries ranging from hospitality to payment processing and aviation.

He is CAMS (Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist) certified, enabling him to spot financial services compliance and regulatory issues, draft and evaluate policies and advise his clients accordingly.

The firm's tax services include corporate / partnership matters such as structuring domestic and foreign entities for clients in industries ranging from payment processing to aviation to technology. Ari is also a Cryptocurrency Lawyer.

Our blockchain services include advising on BSA (Bank Secrecy Act) matters such as KYC / AML requirements, contract law, international law and niche cryptocurrency tax matters.

Ari routinely works closely and respectfully with his client's other tax and legal advisers. There is no ego, just results, and great results come from building and nurturing great teams.

Call 239-213-8149 to schedule your free initial consultation. We also offer fixed hourly rates and fixed fees are available.
License
  • Bar Number: 942731
    Florida , 2004
  • Bar Number:
    Illinois
  • Bar Number:
    District of Columbia
Education
  • DePaul University College of Law
    J.D. , 1997
    Chicago, IL
    Moot Court, DePaul Journal of Art & Entertainment Law.
  • The University of Florida
    LL.M. , 2005
    Gainesville, FL
    Taxation.

Ari Good

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