I am a former IRS Office of Chief Counsel attorney who has extensive experience helping clients with IRS tax relief, audits, and Tax Court litigation.
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.