Attorney J. David Pobjecky received a BBA in economics from Baylor University then a Juris Doctorate at Baylor School of Law in 1977. In 1978 David received a Masters Degree in Tax Law (LLM) from the University Of Florida School Of Law. Prior to entering law school, he served in the U.S. Army for almost ten years as an officer and a helicopter pilot with two tours of duty in Vietnam.
He was an honor graduate of the University of Southern California’s military course in aviation safety and management (charge of aircraft accident investigations, etc.) Decorations included three distinguished flying crosses and three bronze stars. He obtained the rank of Major in the USAR.
David has taught business law and accounting courses (undergraduate and postgraduate) at both Florida Southern and St. Leo Colleges. He has given free seminars on both taxes and estate planning for both commercial and charitable organizations. He has helped form charitable organizations and currently sits on the board of directors for Woodland Wonders Wildlife Rehabitation Services, Inc. Social organizations include the Knights of Columbus, and life member of Disabled American Veterans.
Besides bankruptcy and estate planning, he does will and trust litigation, personal injury law and tort claims. He has done asset forfeiture cases both in the tax arena as well as against government abuses (cited in the congressional record). He believes every case has tax consequences since there are
TWO THINGS ONE CAN NOT AVOID – DEATH AND TAXES – WITH THE FORMER EVEN BEING TAXED BY THE GOVERNMENT.
Even a judgment in your favor can be taxed if not properly drafted.
He retired from Pobjecky & Pobjecky LLP and handed the business to Renee Pobjecky.