Grégory Dumont is a lawyer in the Inheritance Law Department of CMS Francis Lefebvre Avocats. Specialist in inheritance law and taxation, he mainly advises company executives and affluent private clients. In particular, he works on organising the transfer of companies within a family group, anticipating in asset terms the consequences of a divorce or the opening of an inheritance, handling civil liabilities in international cases of movement of persons or goods, assisting clients in legal disputes in inheritance law and taxation.
His areas of expertise are the law on gifts, matrimonial law, inheritance law, joint possession law, dismemberments of ownership, life insurance, international private law, disabilities law, taxation of free donations (donations/inheritance) and wealth tax.
Grégory joined the firm in 2007, after several professional experiences in private banking and in a notarial firm. He is a lecturer at the Paris-Dauphine University. Author of numerous articles for various legal and tax journals, including the Gazette du Palais and the Feuillet Rapide, he regularly hosts conferences particularly on the “Dutreil” taxation regime in favour of company transfers. He is also the Former Secretary of the Hauts de Seine Law Society Conference.