Biography

Dale G. Schedler has more than 25 years of experience in designing and implementing tax-efficient property transactions and pass-through ownership structures to achieve clients' goals. Dale also has extensive experience in implementing and monitoring multi-tiered organizational structures to achieve client and family business goals through mergers, acquisitions, and spinoffs of development, manufacturing, farming, and family businesses. He is also experienced in designing and implementing business succession planning and "special purpose entities" for specialized financing structures. His legal and accounting background gives him a unique view of the client's needs in complex business transactions.

Dale was one of the members on the American Bar Associations' working group on the Prototype Limited Liability Company Act for the ABA Section of Business Law. He is a former Chair of the Limited Liability Subcommittee of the Real Estate Committee, Section of Taxation and a former Chair of the Business Law Committee for the Missouri Bar. Dale received the Missouri Bar President's Award for his efforts with respect to the Missouri Limited Liability Company Act. He is a member of the Missouri, Kansas, and Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Associations. He is a former adjunct professor of law at the University of Missouri at Kansas City, teaching taxation of property transactions and corporate reorganizations. In addition, Dale is AV® Preeminent™ Peer Review Rated by Martindale-Hubbell.

Practice Areas

Education

  • University of Oklahoma School of Law (J.D., with high honors, 1986)
  • Oklahoma State University (M.S., 1983)
  • Oklahoma State University (B.S., 1982)

Legal Background

  • Adjunct professor of law, University of Missouri at Kansas City School of Law (2001-2014); Taxation of Property Transactions; Corporate Tax II (2001-2014)

Professional Affiliations

  • Section of Taxation and Section of Business Law, American Bar Association
  • Missouri Bar
  • Kansas Bar Association

Admissions

  • U.S. Tax Court
  • Missouri Bar
  • Kansas Bar
  • Texas Bar (inactive)

Distinctions

  • The Missouri Bar President's Award (1993)

Certifications

  • Certified public accountant
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