Tax laws are ever changing. At Brunsdon Law Firm we keep up with the myriad of tax laws and their implications in order to serve our clients better. We focus on small and medium size companies that do not have their own legal staff to represent them. By offering businesses a balanced perspective of practical advice for minimizing tax liabilities as well as representing them in litigation and before tax authorities, Brunsdon Law Firm is a one-stop shop for all your corporate tax needs.
Tax Advice Pays Off
Our corporate income tax attorney can help you with tax advice on more than just income taxes. Get advice on tax implications of:
- Mergers and acquisitions
- Investment fund transactions
- Tax litigations
- Delinquent tax issues
- Tax planning
- Contracts and Breach of Contracts
- Real estate matters
- Starting a new company
- Structure of your company
- And more.
We work closely with our clients to provide the best advice possible on corporate taxes. Effective legal counseling gives our clients the opportunity to make better and informed business decisions. They know the tax effects of what they are about to do and can avoid many pitfalls by having good legal advice before acting. It pays to see a corporate business tax attorney before finalizing any major business transaction.
Our Corporate Tax Attorney
Terri Brunsdon is our corporate tax attorney. When you call us, you will work directly with her. She practices in the areas of tax, estate planning, business planning and business litigation. Terri’s credentials are impressive:
- admitted to practice law in the State of Ohio
- licensed Certified Public Accountant in Ohio and West Virginia
- holds a Masters in Taxation
- worked formerly as a Public Accountant
- worked formerly as a Chief Financial Officer
- authored several textbooks on accounting software.
Learn More about Us
For more information about what we do, refer to our page, What is a corporate tax attorney?
For up-to-date tax advice for operating businesses of all sizes, including partnerships, corporations, and sole proprietorships, contact Brunsdon Law Firm. If you choose to use the contact form and email us, please do not include specifics to your case in the email for privacy reasons.