If you are facing criminal charges, contact me for aggressive legal representation. I know the local court system. My extensive experience in the courtroom representing thousands of clients gives me the insight necessary for protecting your rights. Whatever charges you are facing — from drug crimes to assault to theft, felonies and misdemeanors — you can rely on me as a strong and knowledgeable advocate.
Getting charged with a DUI in Maryland can jeopardize not only your freedom, but also your ability to drive and get affordable insurance rates. Don’t leave these important issues in the hands of an inexperienced lawyer. When you hire me, you can feel confident knowing I have handled these cases for over 30 years. I will work hard to protect your interests through all stages of the proceedings, including in court and before the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA).
Call 410-358-7435 or contact me today for a consultation and start solving your legal or tax problems!
I can help those struggling with any type of state or federal tax problems. Tax law is notoriously complex. I hold an advanced legal degree (LL.M.) in taxation, which gives me a significant advantage in navigating its intricacies. My experience also includes working in the tax division of Price Waterhouse in New York City and serving as director of the graduate tax program at the University of Baltimore, and also as a former IRS agent.
My clients range from individual taxpayers to businesses. Whether you are seeking advice on a tax audit or advocacy in pursuing a favorable tax debt settlement, I can protect your interests and develop a plan that makes sense for your situation. I also provide tax relief advice and services to everyone we represent. My legal background with the IRS as well as my qualifications as a CPA allow for me to work with you to eliminate your tax issues.
Tax services include:
- Audit representation
- Installment agreements
- Currently not collectible (CNC status)
- Offers in compromises (OIC)
- Criminal investigations
- IRS appeals
- Penalty abatements
- Unfiled tax returns
- Release of liens
- Release of bank levys
- Release of wage garnishments
- Release of MVA holds
A will is one of the most important of all legal documents. It is the legal declaration of a person’s intentions and desires that he directs to be carried out after his death. By making a will you can specify how you want your property distributed after your death; you can name a personal representative who has the responsibility to collect assets, pay bills and distribute your estate according to the terms of your will; you can make charitable bequests; and you can nominate someone in whom you have confidence to be a guardian of your minor children. Without a will, the intestate laws of the State of Maryland direct the order of priority for those individuals to serve as personal representative of the estate; what heirs are entitled to receive the assets of the estate; and in some instances the Orphans’ Court shall make the appointment of a guardian for your minor children.
But successful, competent estate planning is more than just the preparation of a will. While helping you organize and execute your last will and testament, I can also make sure all dependents are treated fairly, and all business/financial matters resolved.