Albert Caproni III

Albert Caproni III
Albert Caproni III earned his B.A. degree from Columbus College (now Columbus State University) in 1974. Mr. Caproni attended the University of Georgia, where he earned his law degree (J.D.) in 1978 and served on the Editorial Board of the Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law. Following graduation from law school, Mr. Caproni practiced law with a general litigation law firm while completing the academic requirements for the CPA exam. Mr. Caproni then practiced in the tax department of Touche Ross & Co. (now Deloitte), earning his CPA certificate in 1981. Mr. Caproni worked with a financial planning firm, advising clients on business succession planning and wealth transfer before returning to New York University School of Law for further studies in tax law.

After earning his LL.M. in Taxation degree from New York University in 1984, Mr. Caproni practiced with a mid-sized Atlanta law firm, representing closely-held businesses and their owners until he and Mr. Cohen formed Cohen & Caproni in 1997. He has been admitted to the United States Tax Court, the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals, the Supreme Court of Georgia, Georgia Court of Appeals, and the United States District Court, Northern District of Georgia.

Mr. Caproni advises on many aspects of business planning, including shareholder agreements, partnership agreements, operating agreements for LLCs, planning for mergers and acquisitions, sales or dispositions of businesses and income tax planning for all aspects of the business (from start-up to succession planning or sale of a business). In addition, Mr. Caproni assists individuals with their estate planning and probate needs, including preparation of Wills, trusts and family partnerships, planning for retirement assets and estate tax and estate administration issues. Mr. Caproni’s practice also includes representing clients in audits by the IRS and advice concerning real property tax matters. Mr. Caproni is a member of the State Bar of Georgia, the American Bar Association, the Atlanta Bar Association, the North Atlanta Tax Council, the Atlanta Tax Forum, the Georgia Society of CPAs and American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. He has given numerous speeches to attorneys and CPAs regarding use of LLCs, family limited partnerships, and S corporations and other business and estate planning topics.

Mr. Caproni is active in the Atlanta community, having served as an officer and/or board member of many local non-profit charitable or civic organizations. His outside interests include photography, travel, and old house renovations. Mr. Caproni is married and has three grown children.