Willow Grove, Pennsylvania Tax Lawyers
I am a licensed business attorney and owner of McKee Law Office. The firm focuses on providing small and mid-sized companies with strategic legal advice. I help businesses prevent and resolve contract disputes, debt collections, employee disputes and tax problems. I have helped over 100 business and have tried over 200 cases. In addition, I am the only business attorney in Philadelphia withover 10 years of experience owning and operating a business.
I have been practicing law since 1992 and focusing in Elder Law since 1995. I help protect families from losing their savings to nursing home costs and help protect and care for their older loved ones. I help families with: Medicaid and Asset Protection Planning, Estate Planning (Wills, Trusts, POAs, etc.), Estate Administration, Guardianships and Real Estate Transactions. I have represented many non-profit and for profit elder care institutions and have represented the Montgomery County Office of Aging and Adult Services since 1999.
Steven J. Fromm has been admitted to practice law in Pennsylvania since 1977. In addition to his law degree, he holds a doctorate of law degree, an LL.M. in taxation, from the NYU Graduate Division School of Law received in 1977. He became a C.P.A. in 1981 and is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. From 1977 to 1981, he served as legal tax counsel for tax departments in Big 8 and regional accounting firms. Since 1983, he has been admitted to practice tax law before the U.S. Tax Court. Since 1981, he has practiced...
Kevin Sweeney is a former federal tax prosecutor with over a decade of experience. His practice focuses on high-stakes IRS audits, tax litigation, white-collar criminal defense matters, and corporate investigations for entities and individuals all over the world. Kevin’s experience and longstanding connections enable him to anticipate government action, expertly navigate clients through difficult situations, and deliver arguments that resonate with judges, juries, prosecutors, and IRS employees.