Maxine Aaronson, Attorney at Law
Skyline

Dallas, Texas Tax Attorney

Board Certified in Tax Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, Maxine Aaronson has more than 30 years of experience helping clients manage the impact of federal and state taxation on their families and businesses.  She limits her practice to the following areas:

  • Business and tax planning
  • Structuring and documenting business transactions
  • Resolving issues with the Internal Revenue Service
  • Trust and estate planning

Maxine works closely with business owners and their families, helping them make tax-smart business decisions, plan for retirement, transfer wealth to children and grandchildren and structure their financial affairs to protect family assets. Her clients are primarily closely held businesses, their owners and their executives.

A Personal Touch

Maxine takes a personal interest in her clients’ businesses, often saying that her business is about helping her clients’ businesses succeed and prosper. A team player who works closely with a client’s in-house and outside accountants she strives to deliver quality services in the most cost effective manner. Unlike many tax lawyers practicing in larger firms, Ms. Aaronson personally handles all of the clients and cases she accepts. She likes to maintain an ongoing relationship with her business clients so that she can pro-actively advise them of potential tax pitfalls to avoid and of tax planning opportunities to seize.

As a regular part of her practice, Ms. Aaronson helps her clients prepare and execute business succession plans, set up, buy or sell businesses, handle Internal Revenue Service audits, and design and implement compensation plans and retirement savings programs for owners and key employees.

In addition to the practice of tax law, Maxine is frequently asked to serve as a mediator for other attorneys because of her ability to efficiently resolve complex tax, business and commercial matters. She also has experience working as a mediator in tax cases involving both the Internal Revenue Service and the Texas State Comptroller’s Office.

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