We are a fast-growing tax and bankruptcy law firm located in Downtown Atlanta. We zealously advocate for our clients against the IRS and Georgia Department of Revenue while maintaining a reasonable work-life balance. We value integrity and teamwork, and while we have uncompromising standards of care and conduct, we love to have fun and reward our team for a job well done. To apply for the position, please email us your resume at [email protected].
Case Coordinator (Paralegal)
The Case Coordinator will play a vital role in supporting clients and the firm by coordinating administrative tasks related to case management and client satisfaction initiatives. The Case Coordinator will have direct client interaction and support the attorneys as needed to ensure all cases are on track to achieve the best possible outcome for the client.
The Legal Assistant works closely with the legal and administrative teams to handle daily administrative tasks to facilitate legal work. The nature of this role requires strong communication skills and the ability to prioritize tasks. Our client-focused environment requires a highly productive individual who can take direction and execute tasks independently. The successful candidate is highly organized and adaptable to the needs of our growing firm.
The law clerk position assists the attorneys in handling a client’s case. This person will work closely with the Firm’s attorneys in connection with the Firm’s tax controversy practice on both the federal and state level. This person will also assist with daily administrative duties.
Associate Tax Attorney
The Associate Tax Attorney will handle all aspects of a client’s case. This person will work closely with the Firm’s senior attorneys in connection with the Firm’s tax controversy practice on both the federal and state levels. Cases could include matters related to examination, appeals, tax court litigation, voluntary disclosures, offshore asset compliance, innocent spouse, and collection alternatives (negotiating installment agreements, currently not collectible, offers in compromise, and bankruptcy).