Brad Walsh began his professional career as an accountant with Ernst and Young in their Memphis, Tennessee office in 1986. Brad has experience in income, estate and sales tax matters. He served as an adjunct professor for both the University of Mississippi's Accountancy and Law Schools in the areas of foreign tax and U.S. estate planning. Brad is available to assist in tax planning as well as representation before the Internal Revenue Service and state taxing authorities in tax controversy matters including assistance in audits, audit reconsiderations and Offers in Compromise. Brad frequently serves as a Qualified Intermediary for both forward and reverse tax free exchanges under Internal Revenue Code Section 1031.