Ryan Anderson focuses his practice on Baxter Baker’s estates and trusts, tax, and business practice areas. Ryan assists clients in estate planning, probate, trust administration and guardianships. He also represents businesses, individuals and families in areas such as business planning, navigating the challenges associated with founding, owning, buying/selling and operating small-to-midsize businesses.
Ryan is also experienced in representing clients before the IRS and Maryland Comptroller’s Office on income tax, estate tax and sales & use tax issues.
Upon graduating law school, Ryan clerked for the Honorable Judge William O. Carr (now retired) in the Circuit Court for Harford County.
Prior to joining the firm, Ryan worked in private practice in the Baltimore area, where he focused on State and Local Taxation (SALT), Trust and Estates and representing entrepreneurs in all aspects of their businesses.
Outside of the office, Ryan enjoys spending his time with his wife and son in Bel Air, Maryland. He is also an avid hiker of the Appalachian Trail.
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