Taxes come into play in a wide range of legal matters, from real estate sales to estate administration. An experienced attorney can work with you to develop a tax strategy that will minimize tax implications and save you money. Since 1978, the tax planning lawyers of Humphrey, Farrington & McClain have been doing just that for individuals and businesses throughout Missouri, including Kansas City and Independence. We are ready to help you.
Contact at 816.398.7435 to schedule an initial consultation with our tax planning lawyers.
Our Attorneys Can Help
We are available to assist you in planning for a wide variety of matters related to income tax or estate tax, including:
Small Business Formation
Purchase or Sale of a Small Business
Real Estate Purchases and Sales
Whether you are looking for estate tax discounts or other tax savings, we can help. We have a wide variety of strategies to save you large amounts on your tax bill.
Solution Focused Legal Thinking
High taxes are not always necessary. You may have options. We can help you find them. The tax planning attorneys of Humphrey, Farrington & McClain understand taxation law. When you choose us as your legal representatives, we will aggressively work to build a tax plan that saves you money. We understand that your earnings are important. We want to minimize the portion that is taken away from you and your family.
Our tax planning lawyers are excellent communicators. We keep all channels open to ensure that you are involved in your case. When there are choices to be made, you can rest assured that you will be aware of the potential outcomes. We are here to save you tax money in the most efficient and effective way possible. Contact us to find out more.
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