Practice Areas

Corporate Services

The corporate and transactional attorneys at Stein Law assist clients with the creation of new businesses as well as managing the challenges existing businesses encounter as they interact with the public, other companies, and governmental agencies. Effective representation of our business clients draws on a variety of legal disciplines, including tax, real estate, sales, employment, bankruptcy, and others. Our attorneys work seamlessly and efficiently with our clients to manage the liability risks associated with the start-up and operation of their businesses and lessen the potential for future litigation.

Tax Planning and Controversy Resolution

Stein Law’s attorneys work closely with their clients to strategize, create, and implement customized solutions which are tailored to their financial needs from a tax perspective to ensure that client financial goals are aligned to allow the other elements of a financial plan to interact more effectively by minimizing tax liability. These can include the timing and selection of income, purchases, and expenditures, choice of investments and retirement and estate plans, as well as filing status and mining business operations for deductions and credits.

Our legal teams work to prevent, efficiently manage, and mitigate tax audits and disputes for our clients towards a favorable conclusion. Our combination of deep technical understanding accompanied with extensive experience help our clients successfully navigate the challenges and risks associated with tax controversies.

Estate Planning

The estate planning services provided by our professionals are individually suited to meet the unique needs and goals of each client. We work closely with each client to maximize both the economic and social value of their estate using individualized strategies which include, but are not limited to, wealth management, trusts, investments, distributions, and tax reduction. Our comprehensive estate planning services proactively help eliminate the challenges of administering a probate whether the client’s needs are simple or complex.