Wiggam Law Firm Updates

There’s never a dull moment with the Wiggam Law team. Whether it’s learning new skills at a seminar, celebrating together at our annual holiday party, or giving back to the community, our Atlanta tax lawyers are an engaged, motivated group. We’re dedicated to resolving your situation as well as controversies with the IRS, Georgia Department of Revenue, and other taxing authorities. See what we’ve been up to lately.

October 2022

The Wiggam Law team celebrated Halloween by getting dressed up and enjoying a Halloween Luncheon together.

Executive assistant Kaila Thompson and her husband, Marshall, had a busy month! They celebrated their 1-year anniversary, hiked in the Grand Canyon, saw the Hoover Dam, and ended their trip in Las Vegas for the When We Were Young festival (#itwasneveraphase).

Case coordinator Taylor Gray and her boyfriend went snorkeling in the Bahamas.

Partner Jason Wiggam was invited to the Georgia Titan 100 event at The Porsche Experience Center where he enjoyed some demonstration laps with a professional driver.

Senior case coordinator Morgan Gotwald and her husband traveled with friends down to Baton Rouge, Louisiana to cheer on the Tennessee Volunteers against the LSU Tigers, and they continued their undefeated football season!

Wiggam Pet of the Month

Meet October’s Wiggam Law’s Pet of the Month: Sully! Sully is a 2.5 year old long-haired tabby rescued by the Atlanta Humane Society who belongs to senior case coordinator Morgan Gotwald.

His hobbies include engaging in late-night zoomies, taking naps on his mom, and turning every dog person into a cat lover. Sully also recently discovered that there is a craft beer named after him!

Senior attorney Giselle Alexander went to Aruba and enjoyed Flamingo Beach!

Case coordinator Justin Lancaster celebrated Halloween with his children by getting dressed up and visiting the campsites at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort in Florida.

Wiggam Law Gives Back.

Every month, Wiggam Law donates $1,000.00 to a charitable organization selected by an employee of the firm. For October, case coordinator Morgan Gotwald chose Pro Bono Partnership of Atlanta (PBPA).

PBPA provides local nonprofits access to high-quality legal services without having to divert funding away from their critical missions: feeding the hungry, helping the homeless, caring for children, nursing the sick, enabling the disabled, and helping those in need to help themselves. In 2021, PBPA served over 296 nonprofit clients and provided over $4 million in free legal services. Learn more about PBPA’s mission by visiting their website: pbpatl.org

September 2022

Associate attorney Lloyd Mohney (right) and his little brother (left) entered their car into a local car show.

Members of the Wiggam Law team participated in the Legal Runaround 5K co-sponsored by the Atlanta Bar Foundation and the Atlanta Police Department. ​Photo Credit: Neal Patton.

The Wiggam Law team kicked off September by enjoying a night out at the Braves game!

Partner Jason Wiggam is Chair of the Atlanta Bar Association Sole Practitioner / Small Firm section. The section hosted a breakfast CLE event at the Buckhead Club, with speaker Rebecca Cumming, who spoke on estate planning for law firms. A week later, the section hosted a lunch meeting at 5Church Midtown with speakers David Shavzin and Bob Tankesley, who spoke on building your law firm to sell.

Wiggam Law Pet of the Month

Max, a 19-week-old Pembroke Welsh Corgi, has won pet of the month! Max belongs to case coordinator Bria Delane.

Bria and her best friend fell in love with Max while they were on vacation a couple of weeks ago. They did not expect to come back home with a dog but they could not leave this sweet puppy behind.

Max loves squeaky toys, being nosey, and being the cutest corgi out there. Having just gotten Max, they are still getting to know him but can already tell he is destined to do great things!

Senior attorney Giselle Alexander visited an alligator farm in Mississippi.

Wiggam Law Gives Back.

Every month, Wiggam Law donates $1,000.00 per month to a charitable organization selected by the employees of the firm. For September, Case Coordinator Bria Delane chose Meals on Wheels America.

Meals on Wheels America is the leadership organization supporting the more than 5,000 community-based programs across the country that are dedicated to addressing senior isolation and hunger. By providing funding, leadership, education, research, and advocacy support, Meals on Wheels America empowers its local member programs to strengthen their communities, one senior at a time.

August 2022

Wiggam Law Pet of the Month

Zeus, a 9-year-old golden retriever, has won pet of the month! Zeus belongs to associate attorney Lloyd Mohney. His hobbies include sleeping, getting knee surgeries, and riding around town in his baby blue convertible. Zeus is a retired obstacle course state champion and his owner firmly believes he is the best pet in the Wiggam Law firm.

Jason’s sons, Tate and Declan, repped the home team at an Atlanta United soccer match.

Jason Wiggam is Chair of the Atlanta Bar’s Sole Practitioner / Small Firm section this year. The Kickoff Happy Hour turned into an arm wrestling competition!

Senior case coordinator Morgan Gotwald attended the PGA Tour Championship at East Lake Golf Club with her husband, Adam (right), and brother-in-law, Brandon (left).

Partner Jason Wiggam and his wife Ally enjoyed a Party Under the Stars hosted by the Atlanta Bar Foundation with associate attorneys Ryan Smith and Lloyd Mohney.

The Wiggam Law team kicked off the month of August with an ice cream sundae bar social!

Wiggam Law Gives Back.

Every month, Wiggam Law donates $1,000.00 per month to a charitable organization selected by the employees of the firm. For August, Senior Attorney Giselle Alexander chose Big Brothers Big Sisters of Heart of Georgia.

Big Brothers Big Sisters Heart of Georgia facilitates mentors (“Bigs”) for at-risk youth (“Littles”) aged 5 to 18 in Central Georgia. Children who are mentored have better school attendance, earn better grades, and form better relationships with their peers. Having a trusted adult friend in their lives who provides friendship and guidance helps youth achieve their potential and be productively engaged in their own communities. Mentors are volunteers who have been carefully screened, trained, and then matched with a local child as their Big Brother/Big Sister.

July 2022

The Wiggam Law team enjoyed a firm dinner at McKendrick’s Steakhouse.

Senior attorney Giselle Alexander paged at the Daughters of the American Revolution national meeting in Washington, D.C. While there, she detoured by the IRS building and was also part of the Georgia State DAR laying of a memorial wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington.

Wiggam Law Pet of the Month

Nofurtiti, an 8-year-old sphynx cat (also known as Furri), has won pet of the month! She has two sisters, Cleocatra and Purrsenet-Polka-Dot. Furri’s hobbies are eating, sleeping, and ripping up antique chairs. Here she is pictured enjoying some light reading. Furri and her sisters belong to senior attorney Giselle Alexander.

The Wiggam Law attorneys competed in trivia night at Rocky Mountain Pizza hosted by the Atlanta Bar Association.

Senior case coordinator Morgan Gotwald and her husband, Adam, closed on their first home!

Associate attorney Jessica Williams and her family participated in a golf cart parade for the Fourth of July.

Client services coordinator Taylor Gray ran in the AJC Peachtree Road Race to celebrate the Fourth of July holiday.

Jason Wiggam attended the Atlanta Open with Will Geer, Will Rountree, and David Klein. The crew snapped a picture with tennis professional Nick Kyrgios.

Jason Wiggam, Judson Mallory, and Lloyd Mohney played a round of golf simulator at the Intown Golf Club, hosted by Mike Rusenko.

Wiggam Law Gives Back.

Every month, Wiggam Law donates $1,000.00 to a charitable organization selected by the employees of the firm. For July, finance manager Tyler Adkins chose The Atlanta Children’s Shelter. Tyler chose this organization because he believes their work allows children stability and a chance to succeed in life.

Founded in 1986, the Atlanta Children’s Shelter provides free, quality daycare, emotional support, an educational curriculum, and focused social services. Since opening, the shelter has provided care for over 8,000 homeless children and helped 5,000 homeless families gain stability.

June 2022

Wiggam Law is excited to welcome Bria Delane, our new case coordinator, to the team!

The team enjoyed a firm lunch at Wood’s Chapel BBQ to celebrate case coordinator Amanda Healy’s last day. Amanda is attending GSU College of Law in August. Congrats, Amanda!

Senior attorney Giselle Alexander traveled to Ibiza.

Jason and his family traveled to Montana to enjoy the local sights and animal life.

Associate attorney Lloyd Mohney was admitted to the Supreme Court of Georgia.

Wiggam Law Gives Back.

Every month, Wiggam Law donates $1,000.00 per month to a charitable organization selected by the employees of the firm. For June, Associate Attorney Jessica Williams chose the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America (AFA).

AFA is a non-profit organization providing support, services and education to those affected by Alzheimer’s disease nationwide, and funding research toward a cure. AFA not only provides services and support to those suffering from dementia but also to their families and caregivers. In addition, AFA works with dementia-care settings and professional caregivers to provide continued education and further training to enhance the level of care they provide on a daily basis.

“This foundation is near and dear to my heart as I’ve witnessed firsthand how difficult it is to navigate the challenges when a loved one is suffering from this disease.”

May 2022

Wiggam Law is excited to welcome Taylor Gray, our new Client Services Coordinator, to the team!

Client Services Coordinator Taylor Gray graduated from the Georgia Institute of Technology and celebrated by visiting the Atlanta Botanical Gardens with her little brother James.

Case Coordinator Amanda Healy enjoyed gelato in front of the Sydney Opera House in Australia.

Jason’s son, Declan, celebrated his 4th birthday!

Jason and his wife, Ally, attended the Miami Grand Prix, a Formula One Grand Prix which forms part of the 2022 Formula One World Championship.

Jason’s sons, Tate & Declan, went for ice cream to celebrate the end of the school year and kick off their summer vacation.

Wiggam Law Gives Back.

Every month, Wiggam Law donates $1,000.00 per month to a charitable organization selected by the employees of the firm. For May, associate attorney Ryan Smith chose the Atlanta Humane Society.

“As an animal lover, the Atlanta Humane Society has a soft spot in my heart. The Atlanta Humane Society is a no-kill shelter providing sheltering, adoption, veterinary care, and community outreach to the Atlanta Metro area for homeless pets. They fight against cruelty, neglect, and displacement all while connecting homeless animals with good homes and providing neglected animals with a safe space.”

April 2022

Wiggam Law would like to welcome Nicole Oliver, Client Intake Specialist, to our team!

Wiggam Law hosted a Spring Happy Hour at New Realm Brewing Co.

On April 11th, Jason and Judson participated in GSU College of Law’s Early Interview Week by attending a Meet & Greet with first-year law students.

On April 18th, Jason was a guest speaker for a GSU senior level undergraduate course entitled: “Scaling A New Venture.”

Case Coordinator Morgan Gotwald and her husband enjoyed attending the Atlanta Braves 2022 season opener weekend and celebrating the 2021 World Series Championship team!

Associate Attorney Jessica Williams took engagement portraits with her fiancé, and her dog Hallie!

On April 19th, Jason attended the GSU’s Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic Donors & Recipients luncheon. Jason and his wife, Ally, fund the Jason and Allyson Wiggam Fellowship for current clinic students.

On April 29th, Jason and Will presented at the Outside the Perimeter Continuing Legal Education Family Law Intersections on tax and bankruptcy.

Jason’s family visited Disney World for spring break and celebrated Easter with an egg hunt!

Wiggam Law Gives Back.

Every month, Wiggam Law donates $1,000.00 per month to a charitable organization selected by the employees of the firm. For April, receptionist Olimpia Ruiz chose World Medical Relief.

World Medical Relief has facilitated the distribution of surplus medical resources where they are needed, serving the sick and poor locally, nationally, and internationally since 1953. In pursuing the mission, the Board of Directors, volunteers, and staff seek to: relieve human suffering, demonstrate respect for all customers, clients, and patients, collaborate with community organizations collectively to provide services to those in need, and maintain a proactive approach to improving services provided.

March 2022

Wiggam Law is Excited to Welcome: Holland King, Senior Attorney, to the team!

Case coordinator Amanda Healy has decided to attend Georgia State University to pursue her law degree!

Jason Wiggam and Lloyd Mohney attended a Whisky Tasting event hosted by the Lawyers Club of Atlanta.

Jason’s son, Tate, celebrated his 7th birthday at Topgolf!

Wiggam Law Gives Back.

Every month, Wiggam Law donates $1,000.00 per month to a charitable organization selected by the employees of the firm.

For March, associate attorney Lloyd Mohney has chosen to donate to the Huntsman Cancer Foundation.

The Huntsman Cancer Foundation (HCF) focuses on funding research into the origins of cancer. HCF’s cancer research has led to the identification of more genes for inherited cancers than any other cancer institute in the world. The genes identified include those responsible for hereditary colon, breast, ovarian, head and neck cancers, and melanoma. Lloyd was introduced to HCF in 2010 while completing his undergraduate studies and has been an avid supporter of the organization ever since.

January/February 2022

Jason attended the Atlanta Tax Forum session on Legislative Updates presented by John Gimigliano.

We are excited to introduce our newest team member, Jessica Williams.

Wiggam Law Gives Back.

Every month, Wiggam Law donates $1,000.00 per month to a charitable organization selected by the employees of the firm. For January, office manager, Michael McGuire has chosen Lost-n-Found Youth.

The mission of Lost-n-Found Youth is to end homelessness for all LGBTQ youth by providing them with the skills and support needed to live independently. Michael McGuire and her family are proud to support Lost-n-Found Youth, which provides important resources for LGBTQ youth facing the devastating experience of homelessness.  Michael believes all individuals deserve unconditional love, a safe home environment, and the opportunity to pursue personal dreams with respect and without judgment.

December 2021

Jason’s family took Christmas photos with Santa and celebrated the holiday in matching pajamas!

Kaila and her husband went on a cruise “buddymoon” with friends at the beginning of December.

Jason’s sons, Tate & Declan, rung in the New Year with some sparkling cider.

Wiggam Law Gives Back.

All through 2021, Wiggam Law donates $1,000.00 per month to a charitable organization selected by the employees of the firm. For December, client care coordinator, Allison Martinez has chosen the organization Reading Is Fundamental (RIF), the largest non-profit children’s literacy organization in the United States. “This foundation is very near and dear to my heart,” Allison said. “I believe every child deserves the gift of taking home a book of their very own and learning how to read.”

Founded in 1966, Reading Is Fundamental is the leading voice for children’s literacy. Locally, the organization motivates children to read by delivering free books and literacy resources to low-income families in the Atlanta area. Their newest initiative, Race, Equity, and Inclusion, addresses systemic racism and social justice through the power of books and reading

Wiggam Law celebrated their annual Holiday Party at Local Three Kitchen & Bar.

November 2021

Jason Wiggam’s sons, Tate & Declan, visited Santa’s workshop and took pictures with Santa.

Jason Wiggam and Allison Martinez attended the 2021 Crisp Game Changers Summit, a motivational conference for law firm owners and staff.

Wiggam Law Gives Back.

All through 2021, Wiggam Law will be donating $1,000.00 per month to a charitable organization selected by employees of the firm. For November, partner Judson Mallory chose Georgia Lawyers for the Arts.

Georgia Lawyers for the Arts is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing legal assistance and education for artists and art organizations in Georgia. Judson chose this organization because he comes from a large family of musicians and artists and has witnessed first hand how difficult it can be for artists to preserve and protect their work and navigate the industry. Georgia Lawyers for the Arts provide pro bono legal services and educational seminars for artists who would not otherwise be able to get the legal assistance they need.

October 2021

Our executive assistant, Kaila, was married on October 9th. Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Thompson!

Jason and his wife, Ally, went on vacation to California.

Wiggam Law Gives Back.

All through 2021, Wiggam Law is donating $1,000 per month to a charitable organization selected by the firm’s employees. In honor of her mother, the late Mrs. Barbara Judson, executive assistant Kaila Thompson has chosen National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF).

NBCF’s mission is to help women now by providing help and inspiring hope to those affected by breast cancer through early detection, education, and support services. NBCF has provided over a million free mammograms, early detection, and patient navigation services to uninsured patients and those in need of financial assistance. Additionally, after hearing the concerns of metastatic patients, NBCF recently launched a metastatic retreat program for Stage IV breast cancer patients and their caregivers. During the retreats, patients and caregivers receive oncology consultations, end-of-life preparations, and thorough examination of patients’ hopes and fears.

September 2021

Giselle Alexander has officially moved to Georgia! Here, Giselle is pictured with her three cats, eight suitcases, and cat nanny at the airport.

Jason Wiggam attended Happy Hour at New Realm Brewing Company with the Atlanta Bar Sole Practioner Small Firm section, in which he serves as Vice-Chair.

Kaila Judson celebrated her bachelorette weekend with friends in Destin, Florida.

Wiggam Law Gives Back.

All through 2021, Wiggam Law is donating $1,000 per month to a charitable organization selected by the employees of the firm. For October, case coordinator Samaria has chosen the organization youthSpark.

Since 2005, Atlanta has consistently ranked within the top 14 cities in the U.S for human trafficking, adversely affecting adults and children alike.  In response to this rising crisis, youthSpark was created to advocate for and protect children in abusive and exploitative situations. youthSpark aspires to create a world where no girl or boy is a product that can be bought, sold, or abused.
Located inside the Fulton County Juvenile Justice Center, youthSpark provides direct services such as counseling, case management, safety planning, and other support to youth who have been exploited, abused, or are at-risk. In addition to providing direct services, youthSpark researches human trafficking, advocates for solutions that reduce buyer demand for trafficking, and advocates for policies that better help exploited children navigate the legal system. youthSpark also provides ambassador training to community members and groups that equip individuals with the knowledge to identify human trafficking occurring in their community and the steps to safely intervene and help save lives.

August 2021

Jason Wiggam’s sons, Tate & Declan, celebrated their first day back in school!

Jason Wiggam went lake surfing with friends, Richard MacKelfresh and David Hern, at Lake Lanier.

Jason Wiggam, Kaila Judson, Amanda Healy & Lloyd Mohney had a dinner celebration for Lloyd completing the Bar Exam!

Jason Wiggam presented a Lunch and Learn at the offices of Carr, Riggs & Ingram CPA’s and Advisors.

Wiggam Law Gives Back.

All through 2021, Wiggam Law is donating $1,000 per month to a charitable organization selected by the employees of the firm. For August, case coordinator Morgan Gotwald has chosen The Red Cross to help those affected by Hurricane Ida.

Powerful Hurricane Ida made landfall Sunday, August 29th on the southeastern Louisiana coast, as a Category 4 storm with winds of 150 mph, life-threatening storm surge, potentially catastrophic wind damage, and flooding rainfall. For the Red Cross, their work is just beginning. Currently, about 350 trained Red Cross workers are on the ground with hundreds more traveling from all over the country to help. In the coming days, dozens of Red Cross emergency response vehicles will begin bringing food and relief supplies to people across the region. Financial donations have enabled the Red Cross to prepare for, respond to, and will help people recover from this disaster.

The American Red Cross shelters, feeds, and provides comfort to victims of disasters; supplies about 40% of the nation’s blood; teaches skills that save lives; distributes international humanitarian aid; and supports veterans, military members, and their families.

July 2021

Giselle Alexander, senior attorney, bought a house in Georgia and will be an official Georgia resident this September!

July Activities: 

Jason and his two sons had lots of fun in July, from going to Andretti Indoor Karting to paddling on the lake!

July 14: 

Jason was a part of the Tax Clinic Alumni Panel at GSU College of Law. Tax Clinic students are given the opportunity to have a Q&A with select alumni.
Jason Wiggam joined Sara Khaki to discuss his “Wise Up Tip on divorce and taxes. You can watch Jason and Sara discuss his tip here.

Wiggam Law Gives Back.

All through 2021, Wiggam Law is donating $1,000 per month to a charitable organization selected by the employees of the firm. For July, partner Will Geer has chosen the Georgia Center for Child Advocacy.

The Georgia Center for Child Advocacy’s (“The Center”) mission is to champion the needs of sexually and severely physically abused children through prevention, intervention, therapy, and collaboration at no cost for those who reside in or were abused in DeKalb or Fulton County. The Center has become a model for best practices in supporting child victims of abuse and neglect. Through the Center’s leadership, Georgia became the first state to implement a comprehensive statewide initiative using Darkness to Light’s Stewards of Children program which now frequently uses Georgia as a model for other states. This organization is important to Will as he believes all victims of abuse, especially children, should receive the care and support needed to help the process of healing.

June 2021

Jason Wiggam and his family spent 3 weeks traveling in the Northeast!

Wiggam Law Gives Back.

All through 2021, Wiggam Law is donating $1,000 per month to a charitable organization selected by the employees of the firm. For June, Case Coordinator Amanda Healy has chosen the Atlanta Humane Society.

May 2021

Jason Wiggam and Ryan Smith attended the virtual Atlanta Tax

Forum on Insights into the IRS with guest speaker Tom Cullinan, Counselor to the Commissioner of the IRS.

Wiggam Law Gives Back.

All through 2021, Wiggam Law is donating $1,000 per month to a charitable organization selected by the employees of the firm. For May, legal assistant Anna Cerjan has chosen Prevent Child Abuse America.


Braves Game: 

Jason Wiggam and Stanley Weiss went to a Braves baseball game.


Wiggam Law had a firm outing at 9 Mile Station for dinner.

May 2021 Activities: 

Jason Wiggam’s sons, Tate & Declan, enjoyed fishing and the playground over Memorial Day weekend! Also, Jason Wiggam’s son, Tate, finished his first season of soccer!

April 2021

Wiggam Law Virtual Event: 

Wiggam Law had a virtual firm event on April 14 with Z. Cioccolato for a Zoom Chocolate Candy Making Class.

Wiggam Law Gives Back.

All through 2021, Wiggam Law is donating $1,000.00 per month to a charitable organization selected by the employees of the firm. For April, senior attorney Danielle Brand chose the American Heart Association.

Spring Break 2021 

Judson Mallory and Jason Wiggam share pictures from their 2021 Spring Break trips.

Spring 2021 Activities: 

Judson Mallory and his daughter went to a softball game. Judson and his family also got a new puppy, Sherlock!

March 2021

Jason Wiggam Played Tennis with Friends.  

Jason (center) played tennis with some friends, Richard Mackelfresh (left) and Michael Anthony (right). Richard Mackelfresh is a leading wealth and business financial advisor in the Atlanta area, you can learn more about him here. Michael Anthony is a leading mortgage banker in the metro Atlanta area and can assist by reaching out here.

ProVisors Virtual Social.

Jason Wiggam participated in a virtual social with ProVisors on March 22. The social was a team-building event co-hosted by “Tiny Campfire,” you can learn more here.

Wiggam Law Gives Back.

All through 2021, Wiggam Law is making a donation per month to a charitable organization selected by the employees of the firm. For March, Jason Wiggam chose to donate $2,500 to the Georgia Tax Clinic.

40 under 40 Honors Ceremony. 

Jason Wiggam was an honoree at the 40 under 40 virtual ceremony by Georgia State University.

February 2021

February lunch and learn. 

Wiggam Law is committed to constantly improving our commitment to helping our clients solve their financial problems. Our February lunch and learn was a great initiative to spark new ideas.

All through 2021, Wiggam Law is donating $1,000.00 per month to a charitable organization selected by the employees of the firm. For February, Billing & Collections Specialist, Tyler Adkins chose StandUp for Kids.

The mission of StandUp For Kids is to help homeless children in their efforts to improve their lives. The organization focuses on deterrence and providing resources through schools and via the internet. By doing so, StandUp For Kids hopes to ensure that no child is forgotten or neglected and that every child has the opportunity to live a long, happy life.

Tax Policy Presentation. 

Jason Wiggam was a guest speaker for a Tax Policy class at Georgia State University’s College of Law.

January 2021

First lunch and learn.

At Wiggam Law, we are committed to constantly improving our commitment to helping our clients solve their financial problems. Our recent lunch and learn was a great initiative to spark new ideas.

Wiggam  Law Gives Back

All through 2020, Wiggam Law is donating $1,000.00 per month to a charitable organization selected by the employees of the firm. For January, Case Coordinator, Lloyd Mohney chose St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
St. Jude’s received the National Cancer Institute’s highest-ranking and is a leader in research devoted to treating and curing childhood cancer. Through its research, St. Jude has helped raise the childhood cancer survival rate from 20% to 80% since its opening in 1962. St. Jude’s mission to share its research with both the private sector and local governments across the globe allows them to have a worldwide impact in the fight against childhood cancer.

December 2020

Jason Wiggam Hosted a CPA Seminar

In December, Jason Wiggam hosted a CPA seminar for Frazier & Deeter focused on tax settlement options. The course focused on information for CPAs less familiar with tax issue resolution and more specific details for those who have experience with certain settlement options.

Wiggam  Law Gives Back

All through 2020, Wiggam Law donated $1,000.00 per month to a charitable organization selected by the employees of the firm. For December, Case Coordinator, Morgan Gotwald chose the Alzheimer’s Association.

As the largest nonprofit funder of Alzheimer’s research, The Alzheimer’s Association leads the way to end Alzheimer’s and all other dementia — by accelerating global research, driving risk reduction and early detection, and maximizing quality care and support. Morgan has chosen this organization in honor of her grandfather, Ron Davis, who passed away in November after years of battling the disease.

Jason Wiggam Hosted a CPA Seminar

In December, Jason Wiggam hosted a CPA seminar for BMM&P (Birnbrey Minsk Minsk & Perling) focused on tax settlement options. The course focused on information for CPAs less familiar with tax issue resolution and more specific details for those who have experience with certain settlement options.

Happy Holidays and Happy New Year! 

Our team celebrated the holidays and New Year’s Eve with their loved ones.

November 2020

Jason Wiggam Hosted a CPA Seminar

In November, Jason Wiggam hosted a CPA seminar for Fusion CPA focused on tax settlement options. The course focused on information for CPAs less familiar with tax issue resolution and more specific details for those who have experience with certain settlement options.

NYU 79th Institute on Federal Taxation

Attorney, Jason Wiggam, attended 3 webinars for the NYU 79th Institute on Federal Taxation the week of November 16-20.

Thanksgiving Vacation!  

Attorney, Judson Mallory, and his family went to Red River Gorge in Kentucky for Thanksgiving!

Wiggam  Law Gives Back

All through 2020, Wiggam Law is donating $1,000.00 per month to a charitable organization selected by the employees of the firm. For November, Ryan Smith has chosen The Ronald McDonald House Charities.

The Ronald McDonald House Charities’ mission is built on the simple idea that nothing else should matter when a family is focused on the health of their child. For more than four decades, Ronald McDonald House Charities have supported families with sick and injured children by providing them vital resources, meals, and a comfortable place to stay while seeking out care far from home. Ryan has volunteered at the Atlanta Ronald McDonald House on multiple occasions and has seen first hand the positive impact this wonderful organization has on families with children undergoing treatment.

Holiday Baking! 

Jason Wiggam’s sons, Declan & Tate, baked holiday cookies!

Georgia’s Legal Elite by Georgia Trend Magazine

Jason Wiggam was named one of Georgia’s Legal Elite by Georgia Trend Magazine. Jason has been named one of Georgia’s Legal Elite consecutively since 2015.

Congrats to the Newlyweds!  

Our case coordinator, Morgan Vest Gotwald, got married on November 21st!

October 2020

Wiggam Law attorney, Jason Wiggam, joined the Halloween festivities with his two sons, Tate and Declan!

Attorney, Jason Wiggam, joined his two sons for a socially-distant trick-or-treat adventure!

Wiggam Law attorneys attended the Southern Federal Virtual Tax Institute

Wiggam Law attorneys attended the Southern Federal Virtual Tax Institute on October 26-27. Several topics were covered from “What You Need to Know About Debt Workouts and Bankruptcy Tax Planning for Partnerships” to “Recent Estate and Gift Tax Developments.”

Wiggam  Law Gives Back

All through 2020, Wiggam Law is donating $1,000.00 per month to a charitable organization selected by the employees of the firm. For October, Michael McGuire has chosen Lost-n-Found Youth.

The mission of Lost-n-Found Youth is to end homelessness for all LGBTQ youth by providing them with the skills and support needed to live independently. Michael McGuire and her family are proud to support Lost-n-Found Youth, which provides important resources for LGBTQ youth facing the devastating experience of homelessness. Michael believes all individuals deserve unconditional love, a safe home environment, and the opportunity to pursue personal dreams with respect and without judgment.

Wiggam Law attorney, Jason Wiggam, attended the 36th Annual Tax Controversy Institute at UCLA virtually

This one-day conference brings together tax practitioners from the federal government, judiciary, and private practice to discuss and debate the procedures, policies, and strategies that are involved in resolving difficult tax controversy issues.

Wiggam Law attorney, Jason Wiggam, was a guest on the Wedding Industry Law podcast

Jason Wiggam recently spoke about covid-related tips for deductions, write-offs, PPP, and fighting the IRS on the Wedding Industry Law podcast.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fb_vfuYx3gY

September 2020

Wiggam  Law Gives Back

All through 2020, Wiggam Law is donating $1,000.00 per month to a charitable organization selected by the employees of the firm. For September, associate attorney Morgan Marsh has chosen The Center for the Visually Impaired.

The Center for the Visually Impaired (CVI) is an extraordinary organization helping those affected by vision loss learn how to adjust to daily life with independence and dignity. CVI helps more than 4,000 people every year in and around Atlanta and Georgia learn how to adjust to living with impaired or lost vision, how to travel safely and independently, and how to get back to work or find new employment. CVI also helps babies and young children born with vision impairment learn how to grow up and navigate the world safely and independently.

August 2020

Wiggam Law Participates in Atlanta Bar Association’s Virtual CLE 

Jason and Will recently joined the Atlanta Bar Association as CLE presenters for the “Getting the Most Financial Bang For Your Client’s Buck” course. The course focused on complicated tax and bankruptcy issues.

Wiggam Law partners, Jason Wiggam was interviewed as subject matter experts

Wiggam Law is proud to announce that partners, Jason Wiggam was interviewed as a subject matter expert for Cathy Strobecks’ book, “Solving the Puzzle: How Small Business Owners Can Grow Their Business and Avoid Tax Trouble.” Strobecks’ book was released on September 3, 2020!

Wiggam  Law Gives Back

Jason and Will recently All through 2020, Wiggam Law will be donating $1,000.00 per month to a charitable organization selected by employees of the firm. For August, partner Judson Mallory chose Georgia Lawyer’s for the Arts.

Georgia Lawyer’s for the Arts is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing legal assistance and education for artists and art organizations in Georgia. Judson chose this organization because he comes from a large family of musicians and artists and has witnessed first hand how difficult it can be for artists to preserve and protect their work and navigate the industry. Georgia Lawyers for the Arts provide pro bono legal services and educational seminars for artists who would not otherwise be able to get the legal assistance they need.

July 2020

What is the New Norm in a Post-Pandemic World?

Partner Jason Wiggam served as a panelist for this discussion on new laws and benefits for animation and game design professionals working in a post-pandemic world. The panel discussed transitioning workforces and online business, including the tax implications of digital storefronts and revenue across state lines.

We hope you had a happy Fourth of July!

Enjoy these pictures of our team and their families having some holiday fun.

Wiggam Law Participates in Virtual IRS Pro Bono Settlement Days

Jason Wiggam and other Wiggam Law attorneys provided pro bono services throughout the week of July 27 as part of the IRS’s virtual Settlement Days program. Wiggam Law attorneys virtually met with self-represented taxpayers and reviewed their cases, then participated in virtual settlement negotiations with the IRS. The IRS hosts Settlement Days in an effort to resolve U.S. Tax Court cases prior to trial.

Wiggam  Law Gives Back

All through 2020, Wiggam Law will be donating $1,000 per month to a charitable organization selected by the employees of the firm. For July, Client Intake Coordinator Kaila Judson chose Building Homes for Heroes.

Building Homes for Heroes supports wounded veterans by constructing or renovating homes, and then giving the houses mortgage-free to the wounded veterans and their families. The charity also offers financial planning services, family funding, and emergency support services. By the end of 2019, the organization had gifted 225 homes, an average of one home every 11 days. Building Homes for Heroes’ goal is to gift 40 homes in 2020 and reach a total of 300 homes by 2021. The charity encourages wounded veterans in the program to give back by traveling to events or participating in efforts to support other severely injured veterans.

June 2020

Wiggam  Law Gives Back

All through 2020, Wiggam Law is donating $1,000 per month to a charitable organization selected by the employees of the firm. This month, Case Coordinator Cynara Pitt has chosen Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Atlanta.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Atlanta’s mission is to recruit volunteers to become mentors to children facing adversity. The charity matches children with adults who can ignite their full potential and have a lasting impact. As the youngest of her siblings and an Aunt to 13 nieces and nephews, Cynara sees the benefits of mentoring, particularly beginning at a young age. She has admired the work of Big Brothers Big Sisters for years. Cynara is an avid basketball player and hopes to incorporate her love for the sport into volunteering at Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Atlanta.

May 2020

Quarantine Fun

Partner Jason Wiggam and his son, Tate, after some face painting fun in quarantine.

Wiggam  Law Gives Back

All through 2020, Wiggam Law is donating $1,000 per month to a charitable organization selected by the employees of the firm. For May, Case Analyst Terrell Hall has chosen The Giving Kitchen.

The Giving Kitchen is an organization that provides financial assistance and a network of emergency services for food service workers in their time of need. Hall was introduced to The Giving Kitchen years ago when his sister worked in the food service industry and needed financial assistance for a medical emergency. The Giving Kitchen not only paid her medical bills in full but also found her assistance for rehabilitation. Since then, Hall has donated and volunteered to help the organization’s mission.

During the current pandemic crisis, many food service workers are struggling financially due to restaurant closures. Donating to organizations like The Giving Kitchen is especially important now.

Navigating The New Norm In A Post-Pandemic World

Partner Jason Wiggam participates as a panelist in this discussion covering legislation that was implemented under all 3 stimulus bills (FFCRA, CARES, Phase “III”).

April 2020

Wiggam  Law Gives Back

All through 2020, Wiggam Law will be donating $1,000.00 per month to a charitable organization selected by the employees of the firm. For April, billing & collections specialist, Tyler Adkins selected The Triple Play Foundation.

The Triple Play Foundation (TPF) is dedicated to promoting education, health, and community service to the at-risk youths of the Atlanta and Athens areas. Through the use of sports, TPF is able to give kids a safe way to spend their time after school, while instilling their four core values: hard work, respect, integrity, and collective responsibility. TPF also works alongside the School is Cool attendance program and the College Can college awareness program to promote the importance of higher education.

Alternative Small Business Relief Programs

Founder Sara Khaki of Atlanta Divorce Law Group recently hosted Tax Attorney Jason Wiggam to discuss alternative small business relief programs including the Employee Tax Retention Program, the Main Street Lending Program and the 2nd phase of PPP lending.

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Business Disaster Assistance Programs in Response to Coronavirus

Jason Wiggam and Jayden Doye from Prestige Accounting Solutions discussed business disaster assistance programs in response to the Coronavirus in their recent webinar.

What You Need to Know About Tax Benefits in the CARES Act, Stimulus Checks, Tax Debts, and More!

Jason Wiggam and Paul Abraham held a recent webinar where they discussed what you need to know about the tax benefits in the CARES Act, stimulus checks, and how to deal with unpaid tax liabilities.

March 2020

Wiggam  Law Gives Back

All through 2020, Wiggam Law is donating $1,000.00 per month to a charitable organization selected by the members of the firm. For March, partner Will Geer has selected the CDC Foundation.

Donations through the CDC Foundation crowdfunding campaign site will help with the current COVID-19 pandemic. These donations will be funding medical supplies, increasing lab capacity, providing support to vulnerable communities, and boosting clinical research to improve health outcomes and so much more. Will has chosen to donate to the CDC Foundation due to the current immediate need for assistance that organizations like the CDC are facing.

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SBA Loans and What Small Business Owners Need To Know

Founder Sara Khaki of Atlanta Divorce Law Group recently hosted Tax Attorney Jason Wiggam to educate small business owners on the SBA loan and tax benefits from the stimulus plan. Jason Wiggam breaks down the confusion of the SBA loans, the tax credits, and how to maximize this government benefit for your business.

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February 2020

Dealing With Tax Problems

Jason Wiggam was featured on The Meriwether & Tharp Show to discuss best practices for dealing with the IRS, tax law, and particular situations where you might find yourself in tax court or dealing with the IRS.

Listen to the full show here.

SuperLawyers 2020

Wiggam Law is excited to announce that Super Lawyers has named our founding partners to its list of Top Attorneys for 2020! Super Lawyers named Jason Wiggam one of its Top Rated Tax Attorneys in Atlanta, Georgia to its Super Lawyers list.

40 Under 40

Jason Wiggam has been named as an honoree in the Georgia State 2020 class of distinguished alumni under the age of 40. Started in 2018, the 40 Under 40 program recognizes and honors the most influential and innovative graduates who embody the values of Georgia State.

Wiggam  Law Gives Back

All through 2020, Wiggam Law is donating $1,000.00 per month to a charitable organization selected by the employees of the firm. For March, Associate Attorney Kelly Colovos has chosen Cystic Fibrosis Foundation (CFF).

CFF’s mission is to cure cystic fibrosis and provide those who are suffering from this disease the opportunity to lead full, productive lives through funding research and drug development; promoting individualized treatment; and ensuring access to high-quality specialized care. CFC hosts fundraising events throughout the year to support its mission, and we encourage people to visit their website, attend an event, or make a donation to this tremendous cause.

Jason Wiggam Is the Tax Lawyer

Jason Wiggam was featured on The Jim Paisley Podcast to talk about what it’s like being a tax lawyer who is willing to take on the IRS in tax liability disputes. He also discussed common tax mistakes people make and the types of disputes the IRS may meddle in. They also covered business development and practical guides for small business owners to reduce their tax liability.

Listen to the full show here.

GSU 2020 Reunion

Jason Wiggam went to the GSU 2020 reunion (classes of 1985, 1990, 1995, 2000, 2005, 2010, 2015) on February 8th.

Jason Wiggam Presents “Tax & Ethics”

Jason Wiggam presented “Tax & Ethics: Make Sure You Know What You’re Doing” at King & Spaulding on February 13. This CLE covered competency and ethics rules all attorneys should be aware of, as well as recent changes in the tax code that could impact your practice.

January 2020

Wiggam  Law Gives Back

All through 2020, Wiggam Law is donating $1,000.00 per month to a charitable organization selected by the employees of the firm. For January, partner Jason Wiggam selected Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.

The LLS mission is to cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin’s disease and myeloma, and to improve the quality of life of patients and their families. LLS is the largest funder of research to advance cures and the leading non-profit that helps patients before, during and after their diagnosis and treatment. Jason and his wife, Ally, chose Leukemia & Lymphoma Society because it is a cause that is very near and dear to their hearts.

Aloha!

Jason and his family recently traveled to Hawaii for a vacation and a family member’s wedding.

GSU Annual Scholarship Luncheon

Jason attended the Georgia State University Annual Scholarship Luncheon. He funds the Jason and Allyson Wiggam Fellowship for GSU Taxpayer Clinic students. The fellowship sponsors a graduate research assistant position and a tuition waiver.

December 2019

Holiday Office Party

The Wiggam Law team had a great time at Sotto Sotto for our office holiday party.

Lunch with Lawyers

Jason Wiggam recently attended “Lunch with Lawyers” hosted by De la Cruz Law, LLC for an informative presentation on “The Five Essential Business Systems in Every Successful Law Practice.”

Lawyer’s Club Holiday Party

Jason Wiggam attended the Lawyer’s Club Holiday Party with his wife, Ally.

Wiggam  Law Gives Back

All through 2019, Wiggam Law is donating $1,000.00 per month to a charitable organization selected by the employees of the firm. For December, Case Coordinator Morgan Vest has chosen Pro Bono Partnership of Atlanta.

Pro Bono Partnership of Atlanta provides local nonprofits access to high-quality legal services without having to divert funding away from their critical missions: feeding the hungry, helping the homeless, caring for children, nursing the sick, enabling the disabled and helping those in need to help themselves. Last year, the attorney volunteers provided over $4.2 million in free legal assistance to nonprofits.

Georgia State Distinguished Alumni

Jason Wiggam has been named as an honoree in the Georgia State 2020 class of distinguished alumni under the age of 40. Started in 2018, the 40 Under 40 program recognizes and honors the most influential and innovative graduates who embody the values of Georgia State.

November 2019

LEAN Training

Wiggam Law employees participated in an in-house LEAN training session hosted by Yoel Yohan. LEAN is a system for streamlining processes, reducing waste by identifying non-value activities and increasing productivity. We were able to experience a hands-on production simulation that doubled as a fun team-building exercise!

GSU Professional Development Speed Networking

Jason Wiggam attended the GSU Professional Development Speed Networking event in November. The event is open to all GSU students and the attorneys in attendance have a chance to meet the newest law school students.

Wiggam  Law Gives Back

All through 2019, Wiggam Law is donating $1,000.00 per month to a charitable organization selected by the employees of the firm. For November, associate attorney Ryan Smith selected Atlanta Mission.

Atlanta Mission is an organization with a mission to end homelessness and help men, women, and children with everything from the physical, to the practical, to the emotional. The Mission provides meals, shelter, clothing, job training, recovery programs, transitional housing and more to help those in need get back on their feet.

Presentation to Bach, James, Mansour & Company CPA’s

Jason Wiggam recently presented “Tax Settlement Options” to Bach, James, Mansour & Company CPA’s. For more information on this topic, contact us!

October 2019

GSU 40 Under 40

Jason Wiggam attended the GSU 40 under 40 Meet & Greet as a nominee. Through a formal nomination and selection process, the Georgia State University Alumni Association honors, recognizes and celebrates the most influential graduates who represent Georgia State.

Southern Federal Tax Institute

Wiggam Law attorneys attended the Southern Federal Tax Institute on October 21-23. The program is designed for the practitioner who must frequently anticipate and handle federal tax matters. Emphasis is placed on subjects new and current, including in-depth coverage of recent developments and problems which often prove difficult in planning clients’ affairs and transactions.

Wiggam  Law Gives Back

All through 2019, Wiggam Law is donating $1,000.00 per month to a charitable organization selected by the employees of the firm. For October, associate attorney Morgan Marsh selected First Step Staffing For Good.

First Step Staffing For Good is an amazing local non-profit that helps both homeless families and the greater community as a whole by helping to provide a path out of homelessness. The non-profit helps homeless individuals find secure, sustainable employment, every step of the way, including providing job and life coaching, transportation to job interviews and appointments, and even housing placement assistance.

Lawyers Who Lunch

Jason Wiggam discussed “Tax Tips for the Solo/Small Firm Practitioner” at the first “Lawyers who Lunch” seminar hosted by De la Cruz Law, LLC and Southern First Bank on October 29th.

September 2019

Wiggam Law Has Moved

We’ve moved! Come see us in our new, larger office located in Suite 1150.

GameChangers

Jason Wiggam attended Crisp GameChangers Summit September 27-28.

Wiggam  Law Gives Back

All through 2019, Wiggam Law is donating $1,000.00 per month to a charitable organization selected by the employees of the firm. For September, Senior Attorney Judson Mallory chose Georgia Lawyers for the Arts.

Georgia Lawyers for the Arts is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing legal assistance and education for artists and art organizations in Georgia. Judson chose this organization because he comes from a large family of musicians and artists and has witnessed firsthand how difficult it can be for new artists to preserve and protect their work and navigate the industry. Georgia Lawyers for the Arts provide pro bono legal services and educational seminars for artists who would not otherwise be able to get the legal assistance they need.

Tax Practitioner Speaker Panel

Jason Wiggam and Judson Mallory presented on the Tax Practitioner speaker panel discussing revenue officer new hire training. Pictured above (from L to R): Enrolled Agent Bill Nemeth, Jason Wiggam, Judson Mallory, Resident Lead IRS Instructor Semako Agosa, CPA Mark Fishman.