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Tax lawyers have advanced training in the complex, technical and legal issues associated with tax law. 

Dedicated tax attorneys counsel and advise individuals and businesses involved in sensitive criminal and civil tax law disputes, offering comprehensive and confidential tax planning services.


Tax lawyers possess in-depth experience and knowledge of the constantly changing tax laws and have the judgment necessary to provide creative advice and advocacy of the highest caliber to resolve complicated tax issues.

State and local tax (SALT), US federal and international tax lawyers bring their knowledge and experience to each client matter.

This website lists tax practice individual lawyers, law firms and litigators and other leading practitioners who offer the most strategic and practical advice on virtually every aspect of tax law.

Inside our listing you can find and hire one of the top tax practices with subject-specific knowledge in the US. 


ALABAMA: Birmingham, Montgomery, Mobile, Huntsville, Knoxville, Tuscaloosa,
ALASKA: Anchorage,
ARIZONA: Phoenix, Scottsdale, Gilbert, Chandler, Mesa, Tucson, Tempe, Peoria, Surprise, Yuma,
ARKANSAS: Little Rock, Fort Smith,
CALIFORNIA: Oakland, Los Angeles, San Diego, San Jose, San Francisco, San Bernardino, Fremont, Glendale, Irvine, Chula Vista, Stockton, Riverside, Santa Ana, Anaheim, Bakersfield, Long Beach, Sacramento, Fresno, Oxnard, Huntington Beach, Glendale, Oceanside, Santa Rosa, Rancho Cucamonga, Lancaster, Corona, ,Hayward Elk Grove, Palmdale, Salinas, Pomona, Escondido, Torrance, Visalia, Roseville, Simi Valley, Concord, Victorville, Vallejo, Berkeley, Carlsbad, Costa Mesa, Downey, Fairfield, Ventura, Murrieta, West Covina, Temecula, Norwalk, Burbank, Santa Maria, Carlsbad, Costa Mesa, Santa Monica, El Cajon, San Mateo, Fullerton, Orange,
COLORADO: Denver, Aurora, Colorado Springs, Fort Collins, Arvada, Westminster, Pueblo, Boulder, Arvada, Lakewood
CONNECTICUT: Bridgeport, Stamford, Hartford, Waterbury, New Haven
DELAWARE: Wilmington,
FLORIDA: Miami, Jacksonville, Hialeah, Port St Sucie, St Petersburg, Orlando, Tampa, Tallahassee, Fort Lauderdale, Port St Lucie, Cape Coral, Gainesville, Coral Springs, Miami Gardens, Clearwater, West Palm Beach, Pompano Beach, Miami Gardens, Boca Raton, Lakeland, Thousand Oaks, Hollywood
GEORGIA: Atlanta, Columbus, Augusta, Athens, Savannah
HAWAII: Honolulu,
IDAHO: Boise,
ILLINOIS: Chicago, Aurora, Rockford, Joliet, Elgin, Springfield, Peoria, Naperville
INDIANA: Indianapolis, Fort Wayne, Oakland, Evansville, South Bend,
IOWA: Des Moines, Davenport, Cedar Rapids
KANSAS: Wichita, Arkansas, Overland Park, Topeka, Lawrence, Olathe
KENTUCKY: Lexington, Louisville,
LOUISIANA: Baton Rouge, New Orleans, Shreveport, Lafayette,
MAINE: Portland,
MARYLAND: Baltimore,
MASSACHUSETTS: Boston, Worcester, Springfield, Lowell, Cambridge, Lowell,
MICHIGAN: Detroit, Wyoming, Grand Rapids, Ann Arbor, Lansing, Flint, Warren
MINNESOTA: St Paul, Minneapolis, Rochester,
MISSOURI: St-Louis, Kansas, Springfield, Kansas City, Columbia,
MONTANA: Billings,
NEBRASKA: Lincoln,
NEVADA: Reno, Henderson, Las-Vegas,
NEW HAMPSHIRE: Manchester,
NEW JERSEY: Jersey, Newark, Elizabeth, Paterson
NEW MEXICO: Albuquerque, Las Cruces,
NEW YORK: Buffalo, Rochester, Yonkers, Albany, Syracuse
NORTH CAROLINA: Raleigh, Charlotte, Winston Salem, Durham, Greensboro, Fayetteville, Cary, Wilmington, High Point,
OHIO: Columbus, Cleveland, Toledo, Cincinnati, Akron, Dayton
OKLAHOMA: Tulsa, Oklahoma City, Norman,
OREGON: Portland, Eugene, Hillsboro,
PENNSYLVANIA: Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Allentown, Erie,
RHODE ISLAND: Providence,
SOUTH CAROLINA: Charleston, North Charleston,
SOUTH DAKOTA: Sioux Falls,
TENNESSEE: Nashville, Memphis Chattanooga, Murfreesboro, Clarksville
TEXAS: El Paso, Arlington, Houston, San Antonio, Dallas, Austin, Fort Worth, Irving, Garland, Lubbock, Laredo, El Paso, Fort Worth, Plano, Corpus-Christi, Amarillo, Grand Prairie, Brownsville, Pasadena, McKinney, Carrollton, Midland, Denton, Abilene, Beaumont, Wichita Falls, Odessa, Round Rock, Richardson, Lewisville, Tyler, Pearland, Waco McAllen, Frisco, Killeen, Mesquite
UTAH: Salt Lake City, Provo, West Jordan,
VERMONT: Burlington,
VIRGINIA: Richmond, Chesapeake, Norfolk, Virginia Beach, Newport News, Alexandria, Roanoke, Hampton
WASHINGTON: Seattle, Spokane Tacoma, Vancouver, Kent, Everett, Yakima, Bellevue
WISCONSIN: Madison, Milwaukee, Green Bay,
WYOMING: Cheyenne,

The difference between tax attorneys and accountants:

Attorneys don’t just handle numbers, they handle the law. For that reason, Tax attorneys can handle certain issues that accountants cannot.

  • having a taxable estate
  • starting a business or international business
  • bringing a suit against the IRS
  • or if you've committed tax fraud

An attorney will came in handy to help you with contracts, tax treatment, representation, and other legal matters.

Questions to ask a prospective tax attorney. Is he/she:

  • admitted to the state bar?
  • specialized in tax law?
  • charge by the hour, a flat fee or a contingency fee?
  • will be able to help you?
  • If not, is there a law firm or colleague who may be more familiar with my type of tax problem you can refer me to?

Free and Low-Cost Legal Assistance

Free legal aid clinics provide free or low-cost legal tax assistance to low-income taxpayers in the United States. The Taxpayer Advocate Service is an independent organization within the IRS that funds in part these tax clinics. 


The US government offers a range of incentives to encourage private investment, business expansion and job creation within their State and local jurisdictions.

Tax attorneys can identify and claim the right mix of incentives packages, also help offset costs when business consider expanding existing facilities, relocating or adding jobs.

Before a company’s planned investment is initiated, the early involvement of an experienced tax attorney can improve a company’s leverage when negotiating incentives with state and local officials.

Tax attorneys offer in-depth knowledge and representation before the IRS and State taxing authorities. Also, State and Federal tax consulting and complex State and Federal tax return preparation.


US taxpayers are subject to some of the highest tax rates on the planet.

US taxpayers are constantly under threat of IRS audits. Individual and corporate taxpayers need sophisticated, effective legal guidance.

New rates for the federal tax brackets in 2019:

  1. 10 percent, 
  2. 12 percent, 
  3. 22 percent, 
  4. 24 percent, 
  5. 32 percent, 
  6. 35 percent 
  7. and 37 percent.

The bracket depends on filing status and taxable income.

Tax rate 10%

  • Single - $0 to $9,700
  • Married, filing jointly - $0 to $9,700     
  • Married, filing separately - $0 to $19,400
  • Head of household - $0 to $13,850


  • Single - $9,701 to $39,475
  • Married, filing jointly - $19,401 to $78,950
  • Married, filing separately - $9,701 to $39,475
  • Head of household - $13,851 to $52,850


  • Single - $39,476 to $84,200
  • Married, filing jointly - $78,951 to $168,400
  • Married, filing separately - $39,476 to $84,200
  • Head of household - $52,851 to $84,200


  • Single - $84,201 to $160,725
  • Married, filing jointly - $168,401 to $321,450
  • Married, filing separately - $84,201 to $160,725
  • Head of household - $84,201 to $160,700


  • Single - $160,726 to $204,100
  • Married, filing jointly - $321,451 to $408,200
  • Married, filing separately - $160,726 to $204,100
  • Head of household - $160,701 to $204,100


  • Single - $204,101 to $510,300
  • Married, filing jointly - $408,201 to $612,350
  • Married, filing separately - $204,101 to $306,175
  • Head of household - $204,101 to $510,300


  • Single - $510,301 or more
  • Married, filing jointly - $612,351 or more
  • Married, filing separately - $306,176 or more
  • Head of household - $510,301 or more


Here are two common ways of reducing your tax bill, get into a lower tax bracket and pay a lower rate.

Tax deductions: reduce how much of your income is subject to taxes. They lower your taxable income by the percentage of your highest federal income tax bracket. 

Tax credits: reduce the amount of tax owed, but credits don’t affect what bracket you’re in.

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