Ross Hellwig practices primarily in the areas of taxation, general business, and corporate law. Mr. Hellwig’s tax practice includes advising clients on a broad array of federal and state tax matters, working to minimize clients’ overall tax burdens while assuring compliance with this increasingly complex area of law. Mr. Hellwig assists clients with business planning and issues that arise during the entire life cycle of businesses, including the structuring and formation of limited liability companies, corporations, and other business entities, day-to-day operations, contract negotiations and drafting, asset acquisitions and sales, and liquidations.
Mr. Hellwig grew up in rural Southeast Kansas, near Oswego. Before attending law school he was heavily involved in production agriculture, operating a diversified grain farm. Mr. Hellwig was privileged to serve as the Kansas FFA President and was involved with the Kansas Farm Bureau Young Farmers & Ranchers organization. In addition to practicing law, Mr. Hellwig enjoys wood working and many outdoor activities, including fishing, snow skiing, and hiking.