- Corporate Business Law
- Estate Planning and Trust and Estate Administration
- Pension/Profit Sharing/Employee Benefits Law
Beth regularly represents taxpayers before the New Hampshire Department of Revenue Administration, the Internal Revenue Service and other taxing agencies. Utilizing her experiences as a Hearing Officer and counsel at the Department of Revenue Administration, she is uniquely able to identify potential federal and state tax issues and assist clients in organizing personal and business transactions in the most tax efficient manner possible.
Beth received her J.D. from the University of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce School of Law (1992), M.B.A. from Arizona State University (1985) and B.S.E.E. from the University of Colorado (1981). Previous to McLane Middleton, Beth was an Assistant Attorney General – New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office (February 1999- April 2000), a Hearing Officer and Assistant Revenue Counsel, New Hampshire Department of Revenue Administration (1995-1999) and New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office (September 1994 – March 1995).
- New Hampshire
- Advisory Council – Independent Services Network (2005 – present)
- Youth mentoring through Friends Program (2003-2012)
- Board member – Integrated Circuit Designs, Inc. (2000- 2007)
- New Hampshire Bar Tax Section – President 3/05-3/06
- New Hampshire Society of Certified Public Accountants – Tax Section Chair
AV Peer Rated, Martindale Hubbell
- Jack B. Middleton Pro Bono Award, 2014
- When Does My Client Need a Tax Attorney? (5/12/2014)
- ESOPs: A Tax-Efficient Way to Reward Employees and Provide Liquidity For Shareholders and Are a Path to Personal and Business Security that Deserve Your Serious Consideration (2/24/2014)
- ESOPs: The Last Great Tax Shelter for Business Owners Looking to Sell (2/17/2014)