Tax considerations impact many areas of the law, and few business or financial transactions are completely divorced from tax concerns.  Because we strive to develop long-term relationships with our clients, our firm is often uniquely positioned to understand the tax impact of multiple aspects of our clients’ business and personal activities, and then use this "big picture" understanding to deliver significant tax savings.  Our firm is especially adept at helping closely held business owners and investors minimize their tax bill both at the business and individual levels.

Our firm has multiple attorneys with 30 plus years’ experience leading the field in tax law, from chairing committees with the American Bar Association Section of Taxation and its subcommittees, to giving extensive lectures around the country and testifying before Congress.  This experience and expertise enables us to offer clients a one-stop shop for all of their tax issues.  From filing personal tax returns to dealing with audits by the Internal Revenue Service to complex business transactions, our firm has the experience and ability to handle almost any tax issue for our clients.  We are committed to providing our clients with excellent tax service both directly, through legal counsel, and indirectly, by striving to improve the tax code for the benefit of the end user.

Tax practice is a constantly evolving area of the law, and this has been especially true in recent years.  Our attorneys are up to date with the latest changes in the law, both proposed and enacted, and have written articles and given presentations for both local and national audiences on how these changes will likely impact businesses and individuals.  This expertise gives our firm the ability not only to help clients comply with the existing tax laws, but also to provide strategies that will lower their tax burden going forward.  This is consistent with the general emphasis at our firm of creating long-term relationships with our clients so that we can advise them on the "big picture" rather than a single issue.