Business Tax Planning, Consulting, and Litigation

Business tax planning, consulting, and litigation

Hollister Legal Services, PLLC clients can expect to receive value added insights, expertise, responsiveness, and integrity from our business tax planning, consulting, and litigation attorneys. HLS works closely with its clients to understand the dynamics of each client’s business, industry, and goals. The Firm offers its services with the mindset of building long term relationships with clients by delivering stellar results.

The business tax planning, consulting, and litigation practice of Hollister Legal Services, PLLC (“HLS” or “Firm”) encompasses federal, state and local tax law in the context of structuring transactions and business enterprises, tax planning and consulting and representing individual and business clients in tax litigation. HLS advises and represents clients in the following areas:

Business Tax Planning, Consulting, and Litigation

Federal Individual Taxation

HLS provides expert advice and counsel to both individuals and privately held corporations regarding all aspects of U.S. taxation, including alternative minimum taxes, passive activity limitations, intricate capital gains issues, foreign earned income exclusion calculations, incentive stock options and at-risk limitations.

Corporate/Partnership/LLC Taxation

The Firm works closely with clients on diverse and complex issues involving classification of business entity, company agreement, corporate transactions, mergers and acquisitions, partnership taxation, loss limitation rules, disguised sales and built-in gains issues, allocation and disposition of partnership/LLC interests and tax impact of legal entity dissolution.

State and Local Taxation

HLS zealously represents clients in matters involving location income and Texas property tax protest issues.

Litigation and Dispute Resolution:

The Firm can represent clients in tax audit and dispute resolution proceedings regarding all types of individual and corporate federal taxes before the IRS and tax court and other federal trial and appellate courts.