Representing Taxpayers
When it Counts

The firm represents large and small corporations and other business entities, as well as individuals, in areas such as sales and use taxes, income tax, business privilege tax, property tax, tax incentives, local taxes, federal income and excise taxes, audits, and regulatory matters, among others.  And the firm’s experience extends from the initial stage of a tax matter through representation before the Supreme Court, and to all stages in between.


Alabama Bar Rule 7.2(e) requires the following statement: No representation is made that the quality of legal services to be performed is greater than the quality of legal services performed by other lawyers.