Anthony M. Tedesco is one of the founding partners of Williams Coulson. He provides creative tax, business and estate planning to clients with an emphasis on business formation, transactions, succession planning and estate preservation.

Mr. Tedesco concentrates his practice in estate, tax and business planning, estate administration, and the representation of clients engaged in tax controversy, such as disputes with local and state tax agencies and the Internal Revenue Service. Closely-held business entities constitute a large portion of Mr. Tedesco’s clients, and his practice with such clients is often focused on business start-ups, succession planning and exit strategies.  Mr. Tedesco’s business clients are in virtually every service and business sector and range from start-ups to businesses with multi-billion dollar sales and value.

Mr. Tedesco received his law degree from Duquesne University, his Bachelor of Science degree from the Pennsylvania State University, and his Master’s degree in business administration from the University of Pittsburgh.  Mr. Tedesco has been honored by Super Lawyers and Best Lawyers and is AV rated by Martin-Hubbell.

Mr. Tedesco is a member of the Taxation and Probate and Trust Law sections of the Allegheny County Bar Association. Mr. Tedesco is admitted to practice law in Pennsylvania.