Solliday Law represents clients on a variety of tax issues, including analysis of individual, corporate and partnership transactions, and matters involving the Internal Revenue Service ("IRS") and the Arizona Department of Revenue.
Firm principal Robert Solliday earned an LL.M. (Master of Laws) degree in taxation from New York University School of Law, universally recognized as the best tax law school in the United States. Armed with a solid education and over 30 years experience, Robert regularly advises individuals and businesses when structuring transactions or dealing with taxing authorities.
Robert has advised clients on tax issues in connection with acquisitions, entity formations, business expansions, tax-free reorganizations, spinoffs, joint ventures, and selling business interests or investments, as well as complex individual, corporate and partnership tax issues. Navigating multifaceted tax laws and providing broad based experienced tax advice requires knowledge not only of the tax laws, but in many cases also an understanding of corporate law, business law, trusts and estates law, or real estate law.
Robert routinely advises clients on tax issues in connection with business planning and has represented clients before the IRS and the United States Tax Court; always aiming to resolve tax controversies through negotiation, which is typically less expensive and faster than a trial, thus minimizing the cost of tax disputes and their impact on business operations and productivity.
Comprehensive Tax Law Services
- Acquisition and Merger
- Complex individual, corporate and partnership tax issues
- Comprehensive tax legal services
- Entity formation
- Trusts and Estates Law
- Investment entities for private equity
- Joint ventures
- Private client services
- Tax-free reorganizations
- Like-kind exchanges