Matthew J. Staub is an attorney with experience in business, taxation, trusts and estates, and business succession planning. Mr. Staub has represented a wide range of businesses against the Internal Revenue Service and Franchise Tax Board, as well as provided estate and succession planning for business owners. Prior to practicing law, Mr. Staub attended the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University, where he majored in accounting and entrepreneurship. While his background in accounting drove his interest in tax, his foundation in entrepreneurship is what attracted him to Pasha Law. Mr. Staub also attended the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law, where he received a taxation specialization. During that time, he spent multiple years running the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance group and representing taxpayers against the Franchise Tax Board through the Tax Appeals Assistance Program. Mr. Staub is active in the San Diego community by volunteering his time towards pro bono legal work and sitting on the board of a charitable organization.