Andrew J. Darcy
Winston-Salem, NC
office 336.631.1052
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Mr. Darcy’s primary areas of practice are tax law, estate planning and administration, and corporate law.


  • University of North Carolina Wilmington, B.A., cum laude, 2009
  • University of North Carolina School of Law, J.D., 2012
  • New York University School of Law, LL.M., 2014


  • Advising high-net-worth individuals with complex estate planning and asset protection techniques
  • Consulting with individuals to develop estate plans
  • Overseeing estate administration and probate processes
  • Counseling and advising corporations, entities and individuals on strategic tax planning matters and best practices
  • Advising clients on matters pertaining to the federal income tax laws, to minimize the impact of taxes on business transactions
  • Advocating matters before the Internal Revenue Service on client issues, including audits and appeals from audit determinations, compliance, collections and United States Tax Court matters
  • Assisting clients in the formation of businesses
  • Counseling a large variety of businesses in buy/sell transactions
  • Assisting entrepreneurs with the formation of business structures, corporate governance plans, and mergers and acquisitions
  • Providing small companies with guidance on dissolutions and distributions
  • Providing comprehensive document review and quality assurance for Fortune 500 companies and AMLAW 200 firms focused on multimillion dollar litigation related to contractual obligations, foreclosures, gender discrimination and intellectual property
  • Forming private foundations, public charities, supporting organizations and other tax-exempt organizations
  • Defending clients against federal tax assessments, negotiating offers in compromise, and developing strategies with clients to minimize tax penalties and deficiencies
  • Served as Law Clerk to the Honorable John A. Peterson, Jr., J.S.C., Superior Court of New Jersey, Division of Chancery, 2012-2013
Corporate & Business Law Federal Taxation Health Care Law State & Local Taxation


  • North Carolina State Bar


  • North Carolina Bar Association, Tax Section - Young Lawyers Division Liaison
  • Forsyth County Bar Association, Young Lawyers Division
  • Winston-Salem Estate Planning Council Board Member

Community Involvement

  • Saint Leo’s Catholic Church
U.S. Supreme Court's Decision Expands the Ability of States to Tax Retailers The Site Report - Construction Law Insights: Issue 1, 2018 Maximizing Profits: How the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Can Benefit the Construction Industry Community Banking Excellence: Issue 1, 2016 Highmark Properties Revisited: Lender Credit Bids Spilman Adds to Winston-Salem Team IRS Waives Half Million in Penalties for Multi-State Federal Credit Union