Glynn D. Nance Jr.

Glynn D. Nance Jr.
Houston, Texas

phone: 713.520.9100
fax: 713.520.5109
email: gnance@nancesimpson.com

Glynn D. Nance, Jr. is a founding partner in the firm. He practices in the areas of business law, entity formation, business sales and reorganizations, estate planning and commercial real estate. Mr. Nance’s clients come from a variety of industries and service businesses including oil & gas, construction, biotechnology, shipping, and real estate development.

Mr. Nance received his B.B.A. degree from the University of Texas at Austin, his law degree (J.D.) from the University of Houston Law Center, and his Master of Laws degree (LL.M.-Taxation) from the University of Houston Law Center. He is Board Certified in two areas of law: Tax Law and Estate Planning & Probate Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. He is also a member of the Houston Bar Association and the State Bar of Texas (member, sections on: Business, Taxation, Real Estate, Probate and Trust Law).

Mr. Nance was licensed to practice in 1992, and since that time, he has provided quality legal services to Houston businesses and their owners.

Areas of Practice:
• Business Law
• Entity Formation
• Business Sales and Reorganizations
• Estate Planning
• Commercial Real Estate
• Taxation
• Asset Protection

Certification/Specialties:
Board Certified in the Estate Planning and Probate Law, Texas Board of Legal Specialization

Bar Admissions:
Texas, 1992

Education:
University of Houston Law Center, Houston, Texas
LL.M.
Major: Taxation

University of Houston Law Center, Houston, Texas
J.D.

University of Texas, Austin
B.B.A.

Classes/Seminars Taught:
Corporations, Partnerships & LLC’s: Choosing the Right Entity, Financial Planning Association of Houston (FPA), 2003

Taxation of Settlements and Judgments, Houston Chapter of the National Employment Lawyers Association (NELA), 2002

Entity Choice: An Ongoing Decision, Houston Chapter of the National Association of Certified Public Accountants, 2002

Estate and Income Tax Planning for Small Business Owners, Merrill Lynch Private Seminar, 1998

Estate Planning for Annuitants, Houston Chapter of Exxon Retired Annuitants Organization, 1998

Crummey Trusts: Income, Estate, Gift and GST Tax Consequences, Circa, 1996

Professional Associations and Memberships:
Houston Bar Association
Member

State Bar of Texas, Sections on: Business, Taxation, Real Estate, Probate and Trust Law Member in Tax Law and Estate Planning

Author and Lecturer
“Advanced Planning for Business Owners”, Private Seminar for the New York Life
Insurance Company, Houston Office (Fall Series 2008)
“Dotted Line: Decipher legalese of ‘standard’ loan documents”, Houston Business
Journal, Volume 37, No. 13, week of August 4-10, 2006, Co-Author.
“Business Entities (Selected Topics)” and “IRC 409A – The New Nonqualified
Deferred Compensation Rules”, Private Seminar for the Principal Financial Group,
Houston Office (Summer Series 2005)
“Buy-Sell Agreements and Business Succession Planning”, Houston CPA Society – A
Chapter of the Texas Society of CPAs (July 2004 and November 2003)
“Corporations, Partneships & LLC’s: Choosing The Right Entity”, Financial Planning
Association of Houston (FPA) (August 2003)
“Texas Franchise Tax Planning”, Private Seminar for Gainer, Donnelly & Desroaches,
L.C. (Certified Public Accountants) (December 2002)
“Taxation of Settlements and Judgements”, Houston Chapter of the National
Employment Lawyers Association (NELA) (July 2002)
“Entity Choice: An Ongoing Decision”, Houston Chapter of the National Association of
Certified Public Accountants (February 2002)
“Estate and Income Tax Planning For Small Business Owners”, Merrill Lynch Private
Seminar (September 1998)
“Estate Planning For Annuitants”, Houston Chapter of Exxon Retired Annuitants
Organization (June 1998)
“Crummey Trusts: Income, Estate, Gift and GST Tax Consequences” (Circa 1996)

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