Christopher Abrams is focused on the bottom line. He diligently works to keep his clients’ hard-earned money in their own hands. Whether Chris is giving advice on tax and business planning or fighting the government in a tax controversy, his clients rely on his experience and tenacity to provide results that minimize the financial impact to their pocketbook. Nonetheless, Chris develops a thorough understanding of his client’s situation to ensure that any decision made is not just the best financial decision, but is also the best overall decision for his client.
Chris has spent the past 10 years developing his legal and financial analysis skills as a tax attorney and certified public accountant to form and manage business entities, structure and handle transactions, and negotiate with taxing authorities on behalf of clients. He develops long-term relationships with companies and individuals, enabling him to provide legal advice tailored specifically to each matter. Chris has significant experience in:
Structuring and formation of new businesses
Structuring mergers, acquisitions, and other transactions
Handling tax controversies against federal, state, and local taxing authorities
Succession planning for businesses
Articles in the National Law Review database by Christopher S. Abrams