Matthew A. GroshAssociate
Matthew Grosh has been practicing law with Russell, Krafft & Gruber, LLP since 2006. He began his career as a Law Clerk for the Honorable Michael J. Perezous of the Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas and broadened his experience as Assistant Counsel for the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue and as an Assistant District Attorney for Lancaster County. In private practice, Matt relies on his diverse experience and Master of Laws in Taxation to provide expert counsel to business and individual clients.
Matt possesses the unique ability to master complex tax issues. His strength in interpreting the Tax Code allows him to provide effective and practical guidance to individuals, families, businesses, nonprofit organizations and estates. He meticulously drafts Wills, Living Wills and Powers of Attorney and utilizes his exceptional tax experience by reducing his clients’ exposure to estate and gift taxes.
As part of the firm’s Finance Practice Group, Matt has extensive experience with commercial loan documentation and works closely with Commercial Loan Officers to ensure a lending institution’s interests are protected. He also represents borrowers and assists in the negotiation of lending terms.
Matt also counsels start-up and established businesses on critical issues including entity formation, management and employment matters, mergers and acquisitions and succession planning. In addition, he assists commercial clients with drafting and negotiating leases and other real estate matters and, when necessary, guides clients through civil disputes and business “divorce” scenarios.
Ensuring the success of nonprofit organizations is a priority for Matt and he currently serves on the Conference Planning Committee for the Pennsylvania Association of Nonprofit Organizations (PANO). He is also a Preferred Consultant for Millersville University’s Nonprofit Resource Network and is a frequent speaker on nonprofit issues.
Matt is active in several professional and charitable organizations. He recently served as President of the Willow Street Lions Club and currently serves on the Board of Directors of Meals on Wheels of Lancaster. He resides in Lititz with his wife, Sara, and two children.
Did you know? Matt is an avid movie buff and food connoisseur. Matt has also served as a Philadelphia Flyers correspondent for ComcastSportsNet.com.