Tax Law

Dallas-Fort Worth Tax Law ◦ Corporate Taxation, Tax Planning

Tax laws as they pertain to your business operations are ever changing. To protect your business and personal assets as fully as possible, it is essential to seek and implement the advice of a knowledgeable tax lawyer through all phases of business start-up, expansion and operations.

Contact a tax law attorney at the law offices of Kaplan & Associates, LLP ., for a consultation on tax laws relevant to your business plans.

Leading Business Tax Law

Businesses in Texas or elsewhere look to Kaplan & Associates, LLP ., to find highly qualified business attorneys to guide them in tax law matters.

Attorney Kaplan has owned and operated manufacturing enterprises. This business experience gives him a better understanding of your situation.

Attorney Herskovitz has been an associate dean and associate professor at Catholic University's Columbus School of Law and an adjunct professor at Georgetown University Law Center teaching graduate-level courses on corporate taxes. He has published numerous scholarly articles and chapters of authoritative texts on tax law issues. He has developed many audiotaped instructive materials on such topics as tax accounting methods and the Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997 and its effects on corporations.

Tax Law Considerations for Businesses

Experience and knowledge of attorneys Kaplan and Herskovitz encompasses individual, corporate and international tax transactions and estate and business planning; formation, reorganization, liquidation, redemption, selling and merging of various business entities; IRS audits, appeals, controversies and rulings; U.S. Tax Court and other litigation; equipment leasing; real estate transactions; exempt organizations; oil and gas, real estate, and equipment leasing, and research and development PPMs, including business, financial and taxation considerations of all such transactions.

Contact a tax law attorney at the law offices of Kaplan & Associates, LLP ., for consultation on corporate taxation and business laws that are most relevant to your business, including multi-state or cross-border transactions.