Joseph R. Gilsoul, Attorney
Attorney Joseph Gilsoul is Board Certified in Tax and in Estate Planning and Administration (Probate/Successions) by the State Bar of Louisiana. A graduate of Loyola Law School, he spent six years with the Internal Revenue Service as a revenue agent and appeals officer. He earned a degree in accounting, with honors from the University of South Florida, Tampa. Mr. Gilsoul has given frequent lectures on his areas of expertise to various audiences. He is a teaching Associate in the Louisiana Consortium of Insurance and Financial Services at Louisiana State University in Shreveport. He is a member of the Shreveport, Louisiana State and American Bar association, and past president of the Tax and Estate Planning Council of Shreveport.
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