Our Tax Law Services
As tax attorneys in Houston, we provide a full range of tax law services, including:
Whether you need to save taxes on a major transaction or you have been contacted by a special agent about a tax crime, our firm is here to help.
We have earned a reputation and a proven track record for creative planning and, with tax disputes, aggressive advocacy on behalf of our clients.
You can find out more about our team of tax attorneys here.
Call today to see how we can help, (713) 909-4906.
Client-Focused Counsel. Results-Driven Representation.
At Mitchell Tax Law, we understand that no two situations are the same. While we draw on decades of legal experience handling cases similar to yours, we also work to provide individualized representation that is tailored to your unique circumstances and goals. Our tax attorneys are responsive and consistently available for our clients, as well as steadfast legal advocates—both in and out of the courtroom.
Deep Tax Knowledge. We Are Thought Leaders.
If you want to know what we are thinking about, you can read the articles on our Houston Tax Attorney Blog. Here are a few of the more recent articles:
- The Limited Augusta Rule for Self-RentalsWhile many taxpayers want to pay less in tax and there are legitimate ways to do so, some of the tax planning concepts that are frequently discussed miss the mark. The so-called Augusta rule is often one of them. Tax planners often cite this rule and provide tax savings estimates based on unreasonable assumptions. This… Continue reading The Limited Augusta Rule for Self-Rentals
- What is a Partnership: State Law vs. Federal Tax LawOne of the nuances that come up in tax planning involves the interplay of state law and federal tax law. This brings in all of the nuances and challenges under state law to federal tax law. For example, one common nuance in business transactions arises when the parties to a business arrangement do not document… Continue reading What is a Partnership: State Law vs. Federal Tax Law
- Taxation of Variable Prepaid Forward ContractsDo you own a company and want to sell to de-risk your holdings but don’t want to pay tax now? And when you do sell, do you still want lower capital gains rates? That’s the most common goal for those considering tax planning. Capital gains rates are lower than ordinary income rates. Tax planning focuses… Continue reading Taxation of Variable Prepaid Forward Contracts
- Limiting IRS Access to Your CPA & Tax Attorney RecordsA core principle of U.S. law and a foundation of our legal system is the presumption of innocence. The burden of proof lies with the accuser, not the accused. This underpins the right against self-incrimination and the right to legal counsel to mount a vigorous defense. However, this framework unravels if the accuser can access… Continue reading Limiting IRS Access to Your CPA & Tax Attorney Records
- Does E-Filing Change Late Tax Filing Penalties?Our tax law imposes penalties on taxpayers who fail to file tax returns or pay taxes on time, unless the taxpayer can show “reasonable cause” for the delay. In United States v. Boyle, the Supreme Court established a bright-line rule that reliance on an accountant or agent does not constitute “reasonable cause.” There are nuances… Continue reading Does E-Filing Change Late Tax Filing Penalties?
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Why trust your case to Mitchell Tax Law?
- Our attorneys are highly experienced tax attorneys who are not afraid to take on sensitive and difficult cases.
- We have a proven track record of success in handling tax cases successfully.
- We are compassionate, responsive, and attentive, offering personalized legal counsel throughout each stage of the process.
- Our tax attorneys have been recognized by their peers and keep abreast of current law changes.
- In some cases, we are flexible to meet our clients’ needs—we offer evening and weekend appointments, Spanish-speaking services, and can come to you if you are unable to come to our office.
- Depending on the type of matter, we may offer free initial consultations and flat and contingent fees.
You can also use the contact form below to reach out to us or schedule an appointment with one of our Houston tax attorneys.