Richard Roth is a Principal in Strata and the founder and managing member of Roth Law Firm. Specializing in tax credit transactions, business law, estate planning and successions, Richard started Strata to provide clients with a single resource that coordinates integrated financial support services.
Richard understands the importance of aligning accounting, legal and financial advisors. Both a Certified Public Accountant and a Board-Certified Tax Specialist, he practiced public accounting for three years before returning to his hometown of New Orleans to attend Tulane University Law School. As an attorney, he administers both large and small successions, consults on the sales of both start-ups and mature businesses, advises clients on estate planning and perpetual trusts, and is an expert in federal and state tax credits.
Many of the services provided by Strata, including bill paying, commercial lease management, and compiling annual inventories of assets and liabilities, are utilized by both Richard and his clients.
Richard received his LLM in taxation from Georgetown University Law Center in 2009 and his J.D. from Tulane University Law School in 2008. He graduated from Clemson University with a B.S. in accounting and a minor in financial management in 2002. He is active in the Louisiana State Bar Association and the American Bar Association and serves on the boards of Kingsley House (President-Elect), Preservation Resource Center and Trinity Episcopal School, where his children attend. Richard lives uptown with his wife, Mary Martin, and their three boys.