Robert J. Krall
Rob joined the firm directly upon graduation from law school and became a partner of Herndon, Morton, Herndon & Yaeger in 1995. He practices primarily in the areas of tax matters, estate, gift and retirement planning, trust administration, qualified retirement plans, and tax exempt organizations. Rob represents large and small businesses, charitable organizations, professionals and other individuals.
On behalf of his clients, Rob has successfully resolved complicated tax matters with the Internal Revenue Service, including qualification matters concerning employer sponsored retirement plans and individual retirement accounts. Rob has drafted various types of individually designed employee retirement plans for employers, including church plans and employer stock ownership plans and has advised local bank trust departments with respect to their prototype employee retirement plans.
Rob represents individual and corporate fiduciaries in the administration of decedent estates, provides counsel on business and individual tax matters, and has experience in matters ranging from tax and retirement planning, qualified retirement plans, trusts, estates, business entity planning and charitable family foundations.
Professional & Court Admissions
Admitted to practice in West Virginia, Ohio and Pennsylvania, United States Tax Court and the United States District Courts for the Northern and Southern Districts of West Virginia and the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit.