Andrew Kroll received his undergraduate degree from Colorado State University, a law degree from the Washington College of Law at American University, an MBA from the University of Colorado, and a Master of Laws in Taxation degree from the University of Denver. Andrew is licensed to practice law in Colorado and Florida and has been practicing law since 1998. His primary areas of practice are wills, trusts, estate planning, asset protection, business planning, and estate administration. Andrew has written and spoken on a wide range of topics. He is a member of the Trusts and Estates and Tax sections of the Colorado Bar Association, and is currently serving as a member of the Executive Council of the Tax section and as liaison between the Tax and Trusts and Estates sections.
Andrew's recent publications and presentations include Cohen, Kroll and Zinn; Simplifying the Disclosure Requirements Under the New Tax Shelter Regulations, 32 The Colorado Lawyer 9, p. 109 (Sept. 2003); Cohen, Kroll and Zinn; Registration and List-Keeping Requirements Under the New Tax Shelter Regulations, 32 The Colorado Lawyer 12, p. 107 (Dec. 2003); Buchanan, Buchanan, Kroll and Rich; Chapter 9 (Revocable Trusts), 2009 Colorado Estate Planning Handbook ("The Orange Book")(2009); and Buchanan and Kroll, How to Rehabilitate or Eliminate an Older Irrevocable Life Insurance Trust, presented at the Fall 2008 CBA-CLE Estate Planning Update, November 7, 2008.