Attorney Thomas A. Worth joined the Forrest Firm in January of 2018, through the firm’s merger with the Worth Law Firm of Greensboro.
Mr. Worth has practiced law in North Carolina, as well as before multiple state and federal courts, for the last 35 years. A member of the Tax Law, Business Law and Estate Planning Sections of the North Carolina Bar Association, Tom focuses his practice on corporate and transactional law, tax law, tax controversies, conservation easements, estate planning and estate administration.
During more than three decades of practice, Mr. Worth has developed deep experience and acumen in tax law related to conservation easements. He regularly lectures on tax and estate planning matters, and he has provided technical manuscripts on conservation easements to educational programs sponsored by the North Carolina Bar Association, North Carolina State University, and various land trusts across the state.
Tom Worth is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, receiving a bachelor of arts degree with honors in 1978. He earned his juris doctor degree in 1982 from the Wake Forest University School of Law.
Mr. Worth is licensed to practice in North Carolina as a member of the North Carolina State Bar. In addition, he is licensed to practice before the United States Tax Court, the United States Court of Federal Claims, the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, and the Federal District Court for the Middle and Western Districts of North Carolina. Mr. Worth also represents clients before the Internal Revenue Service and state departments of revenue.
Tom regularly assists non-profit organizations and has served on the boards of directors for the National Committee for the New River and the High Lonesome Strings Bluegrass Association.
Education (Thomas A. Worth)
♦ J.D., Wake Forest University School of Law, 1982
♦ B.A., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1978