Zulfia Corrigan practices in the areas of income taxation and estate planning. In particular, she assists clients regarding partnership taxation (including matters relating to disposition of partnership interests); tax controversies (including those arising out of I.R.C. § 1031 exchanges) before taxation authorities; taxation of private foundations and other tax exempt organizations; estate and gift taxation; and estate plan drafting.
As an offshoot of her practice, Zulfia has advised on the tax aspects of structuring businesses for non-resident aliens and resident taxpayers with offshore investments (including matters relating to Subpart F, PFICs, retroactive disregarded entity elections and application of income tax treaties). From both a transactional and litigation standpoint, she is experienced in the legal systems and legal cultures of the countries that comprise the Commonwealth of Independent States.
In addition to English, Zulfia is fluent in Russian and conversational in the Kyrgyz language.
New York University School of Law (LL.M., Taxation, 2013)
New York University School of Law (LL.M., 2009)
Kyrgyz State National University (1998)
- New York
- Fluent in Russian and conversational Kyrgyz