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  • University of Maryland (B.A.)
  • University of New Orleans (M.S. in Accounting/Taxation)
  • Loyola University (J.D.)
  • Individual estate and tax planning
  • Business Formations and Conversions
  • Business Tax Planning
  • Business Succession Planning
  • Sales and Purchases of Business
  • Federal Income Tax Controversies
Ms. Niederberger received her BA from the University of Maryland. She was awarded Louisiana Certified Public Accountant Certificate #15404 in January, 1981. She received a Masters of Science degree in Accounting/Taxation Option from the University of New Orleans in 1986. Ms. Niederberger received her law degree from Loyola University School of Law in May, 1992. While attending Loyola University School of Law, she was a member of the Loyola Law Review, and served as one of its two Managing Editors in her third year.

Ms. Niederberger worked for Guarisco, Weiler and Cordes as a law clerk during her three years at Loyola Law School and joined the firm in August of 1992. She became a Member of Guarisco, Weiler and Cordes in March, 1999. Ms. Niederberger joined Ernst & Young, LLP in July, 2000 as a Senior Manager in its Tax Consulting Practice and worked for Ernst & Young through 2002. She practiced law at another locally based tax planning law firm from April, 2003 through March 2005. In April, 2005, Ms. Niederberger joined the firm of Guarisco & Cordes, LLC.

Ms. Niederberger became a board certified tax attorney in January, 1998. She is a member of the New Orleans Bar Tax Section. She has lectured on federal estate and generation-skipping transfer tax topics, Louisiana succession law and estate planning. Her areas of practice are individual estate and tax planning including wills and trusts of all types, including, but not limited to, charitable, non-charitable and GRATs. She represents individuals in business formations and conversions, business tax planning and business succession planning, including sales and purchases of businesses. She also represents individuals and businesses in federal income tax controversies.