I am a former IRS Office of Chief Counsel attorney who has extensive experience helping clients with IRS audit, Tax Court litigation and syndicated conservation easement cases.
I received my law degree in 2000 from Samford University, and my LL.M. in Tax Law from New York University in 2001.
After that, I worked in Washington, D.C. for the IRS Office of Chief Counsel. After leaving IRS, I worked at a large law firm for 4 years, and then opened Bomar Law Firm in Atlanta, Georgia in 2007.
Prior to graduating law school, I clerked in the U.S. Senate, US Attorney's Office, IRS Office of District Counsel and Alabama Attorney General's Office.
Bomar Law Firm has become well known in recent years for representing investors who are involved in syndicated conservation easements. https://www.atlantataxattorney.com/tax-law/conservation-easement/
A conservation easement attorney will guide investors on the IRS audit of the partnership, computational adjustment, penalty abatement and refund actions.
The law firm also helps individual and business clients in income tax and employment tax audit.