Kevin T. May

Attorney

Major Practice Areas: Estate planning, trusts, asset protection, tax planning, tax controversy, and business and corporate law.

Licenses and Admissions:
North Carolina State Bar (2010)
United States Tax Court (2011)

Education:
Juris Doctorate (JD), Campbell University, 2010
Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA), magna cum laude, Campbell University, 2007

Memberships and Admissions:
North Carolina Bar Association
American Bar Association
North Carolina Bar Association, Tax Section Council Member
Chair of Tax Section Pro Bono Committee

Recognitions:
N.C. State Bar Pro Bono Award
Norman Adrian Wiggins Estate Planning Award
David R. Teddy Student Innovative Leadership Award

Kevin May focuses his practice primarily in the areas of tax planning and controversy, estate planning, and corporate law. He is qualified for and currently working towards his Certified Public Accounting license. Kevin applies both his business training and his legal know-how to find solutions for his clients’ widely varying tax and estate planning concerns.

Mr. May has also given extensively to pro bono and public service. He has volunteered at Wills for Heroes, participated in N.C. Prisoner’s Legal Service clinics and organized programs to help raise awareness of need for legal public service in North Carolina. In 2010, He was awarded the N.C. State Bar Pro Bono Award, representing the Campbell University student body, and the Pro Bono Publico award given by Campbell University to the graduating student most dedicated to pro bono and public service. He is currently serving as the North Carolina Bar Association’s Tax Section Pro Bono Chair. Kevin is also a member of the Tax Council of the North Carolina Bar Association and he is active in the New Hanover County Estate Planning Council.

When not working he enjoys spending time with his wonderful wife and daughter. He has a heart for missions work and is an active member at Coastal Community Baptist Church. When at home, he loves relaxing on the beach, reading, and watching football.