Alameda County Tax Attorney
Our Alameda County tax lawyers advise clients on a wide range of business and corporate tax law matters, including but not limited to tax planning, executive compensation matters, tax-exempt entities, and IRS reporting and audits. Brothers Smith LLP offers creative solutions to difficult tax planning issues and provides tax planning services for business succession, individual and estate taxation; real estate transactions; estate planning; and tax deferred exchanges. Our Alameda County tax planning lawyers use all of the applicable tax planning structures that are available to fulfill the needs of our clients.
Throughout the course of our representation, our Alameda County tax planning attorneys ensure that our clients are informed, and invite them to be active participants in the resolution of their legal matters.
Tax Planning Attorney Alameda County CA
At Brothers Smith LLP, our goal is to successfully resolve the issues facing our clients as efficiently as possible. Our Alameda County tax planning attorneys approach each matter from the client’s perspective, always mindful that what businesses and individuals want are prompt and pragmatic solutions, without sacrificing quality or attention to detail. We recognize that a lawsuit can be an expensive, time-consuming distraction from your life and business. Thus, we strive to achieve successful outcomes for our clients without sacrifice to our commitment to the highest standards.
Whether your needs involve negotiating and documenting your next big deal, managing your company’s current policies and procedures, planning for the future of your family or business, or resolving a dispute, our Alameda County tax attorneys can help. Call us today to learn how we can help you.
Our Alameda County tax lawyers have experience advising clients on tax issues involving:
- Asset Protection
- Business Succession Planning
- Business Tax Planning
- Charitable Giving
- Civil Tax Controversy
- Estate Planning
- Federal Tax
- Income Tax
- Installment Agreements
- IRS and Department of Revenue Examinations
- IRS Collections
- Tax Litigation
- Tax Planning
- Unfilled Returns and Back Tax Issues
- Voluntary Disclosures