Adam Brewer’s legal practice focuses on resolving State and Federal Taxation issues.... more
Adam Brewer’s legal practice focuses on resolving State and Federal Taxation issues. Adam’s clients include individuals, small businesses, corporations, and non-profit organizations. Adam assists his clients in resolving tax controversies with the Internal Revenue Service, Franchise Tax Board, Employment Development Department, and California Board of Equalization. Adam has volunteered his ... view profile
After graduating from Georgetown University Law Center and New York University... more
After graduating from Georgetown University Law Center and New York University School of Law (the nations #1 rated tax law program), I obtained a coveted position as a tax associate with a prestigious New York City tax boutique (Feingold and Alpert LLP). While in New York City, I represented various businesses and individuals who are household names. After gaining some very useful experience in... view profile
I graduated from the UCLA with a degree in philosophy and received my JD from the... more
I graduated from the UCLA with a degree in philosophy and received my JD from the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law at ASU. I have worked with tax law firms before moving onto becoming In-House Counsel for an adventure company in San Diego. Now I have opened up my own office to focus on businesses in need of total advocacy. If you have any questions, call or email me directly.
Samuel D. Brotman started Brotman Law in 2013. His practice focuses on business law... more
Samuel D. Brotman started Brotman Law in 2013. His practice focuses on business law and tax law with select representation in real estate matters. Mr. Brotman was formerly an attorney with RJS Law in San Diego where Mr. Brotman chaired their corporate practice. He oversaw day-to-day legal operations for two large Southern California conglomerates and served as counsel to dozens of San Diego bu... view profile
Tax attorneys understand the interplay of different tax laws and regulations, and in planning strategies to minimize people's tax liabilities. Many tax laws are written by lawyers for lawyers, and as such are very difficult to understand. There are also many different types of taxes and tax laws–for example, income taxes, corporate and business taxes, death taxes, property taxes, estate and gift taxes, sales taxes, and international taxes. Sometimes taxes are based on an inflated or incorrect value the government has placed on an entity or activity. Tax attorneys will help you challenge the value or the tax itself, and help you reduce your taxes through careful planning.