Dylan is a member of the Estate Planning and Tax Practice in Ryley Carlock and Applewhite’s Denver office. He helps individuals and families throughout the United States as well as internationally with their private wealth planning. Dylan focuses on designing plans to minimize tax ramifications and family conflict. Dylan helps his clients identify their family values and goals and he develops legal structures to honor these values and goals while protecting his clients’ wealth for themselves and for their future generations.
Dylan’s clients include high net-worth individuals, corporate executives, closely held business owners, and professionals often working in the medical field. Dylan advises his clients on tax-advantaged entity structures including family limited partnerships and limited liability companies, complex trusts, trusts structured to hold inherited qualified plans such as IRAs and 401K, split-interest trusts, grantor trusts, and life insurance trusts. Dylan also advises clients on a myriad of business planning issues including choice of entity selection, maintenance, and business succession planning.
In addition, Dylan regularly represents family members, fiduciaries, and beneficiaries in the resolution of estate and trust-related disputes, including Guardianships and Conservatorships.
Dylan also participates in the firm's Sports Law group, which focuses on the representation of athletes and coaches in a variety of legal areas including their specific estate and private wealth planning needs.
"Three Critical Legal Documents Every Parent Should Get in Place Now to Safeguard Their Adult Children," Ryley Carlock & Applewhite, February 11, 2019
"The Durable Power of Attorney: Defining the Agent's Duties," 41 Co. Law 5, Editor
Dylan frequently presents on wealth planning strategies to trust companies, financial advisors, accountants, and other attorneys. His presentations include: