HOUSTON – June 21, 2018 – Coats Rose, P.C. announces the addition of three attorneys to the firm’s Dallas and New Orleans offices. Kyle C. Post joins Coats Rose’s wealth transfer planning and wealth preservation planning practice and Joshua A. Bethke joins the Public Finance practice, both in the Dallas office. Bryanna C. Frazier joins the Affordable Housing and Community Development practice in the New Orleans office.
Post is of counsel in the Wealth Preservation Planning and Wealth Transfer Planning section in the Dallas office. His practice is focused in the areas of federal income tax planning, estate planning, estate and trust administration, and wealth preservation and asset protection planning. Post counsels U.S. and international clients regarding the U.S. taxation of their domestic and international business operations and advises them on tax-efficient structures for these activities. He also helps nonprofit organizations qualify for and maintain tax-exempt status. In addition to the practice of law, Post has taught a variety of tax and legal courses as an adjunct and full-time professor for several universities.
Frazier is an associate in the Affordable Housing and Community Development, Real Estate and Tax sections in the New Orleans office. Frazier possesses a broad knowledge of the real estate industry and enjoys collaborating with clients to avoid and resolve challenges that conflict with their business objectives. She has also worked with corporate clients in general business matters. Frazier graduated from Tulane University Law School earning a Juris Doctor and an International & Comparative Law Certificate where she served as the Senior Business Editor for the Tulane Journal of International & Comparative Law.
Bethke is an associate in the Public Finance section in the Dallas office. His practice is focused on the creation and administration of special purpose districts throughout Texas, particularly in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. Bethke’s practice involves representing clients before various governmental entities, including: Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, cities, counties, and various regional service providers.
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Coats Rose is a business transaction and litigation law firm based in Houston. For more than 30 years, the firm has leveraged its vast legal experience to fulfill clients’ needs in numerous transactions and controversies, spanning real estate law, affordable housing and community development, public finance, commercial litigation, construction/surety law, intellectual property, government relations, labor and employment law, mergers and acquisitions, securities law, tax, and wealth planning and preservation. Coats Rose also has offices in Dallas, Austin, San Antonio, New Orleans and Cincinnati. Learn more at www.coatsrose.com.