Andrew K. Cashman

  • Georgetown University, LL.M. (with distinction)
  • University of Kansas, J.D.
  • University of Illinois, B.S. in finance

  • Illinois
  • Missouri
  • Minnesota
  • U.S. District Court Central District of Illinois

  • Illinois State Bar Association
  • The Missouri Bar
  • Adams County Bar Association

  • Current Member and activist for American Bar Association Section on Taxation
  • Has written published articles on year-end tax planning as well as choice of entity
  • Presenter at bankruptcy law CLEs (creditor-side)

Andrew K. Cashman

Phone: 217.223.3030 ext.144

Andrew K. Cashman advises clients primarily in the areas of commercial law, corporate and other business law (including non-profit companies), taxation and real estate law. He represents a broad range of entities from small S-corporations and LLCs to his continued representation of a former Fortune 1000 company now privately owned. He has worked with his clients to structure private equity funds, large and small commercial real estate transactions and many mergers and acquisitions. Andrew has extensive experience negotiating transactions, including real estate and commercial transactions as well as mergers and acquisitions. Additionally, Andrew has designed and implemented tax planning strategies for corporations and individual clients, and has represented clients before the IRS. He has assisted large corporate organizations (including non-profit companies) in meeting their complex tax and legal compliance requirements. Finally, Andrew has helped many clients start new businesses, or reorganize ongoing enterprises for tax, commercial or other reasons, and has developed an expertise in choosing the best entity type for a client’s particular ownership structure and goals.

Since moving his practice from Minneapolis to Quincy in 2003, Andrew has volunteered with many community organizations and projects. In addition to serving on several fundraising campaigns, he has also been an officer on the Board of Directors of the Quincy Humane Society, the Quincy Museum and the Adams County Association of Museums. He is currently serving on the Board of Directors of F.O.M. Ministries, an organization which provides transitional homes, as well as spiritual, financial and social guidance, to men working to overcome difficult backgrounds. Andrew does significant pro-bono work for those and other non-profit organizations in the area, including his church.

Schmiedeskamp Robertson Neu & Mitchell LLP
525 Jersey Street, Quincy, Illinois 62301
(217) 223-3030

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