Ken Silverberg is an experienced tax attorney and former CPA-partner at Arthur Andersen & Co. He focuses on tax controversies, including tax audits, appeals and litigation against the IRS and state departments of taxation. He also represents numerous nonprofit organizations and NGOs in the health care, education and trade association sectors.
What do you focus on?
Tax Controversy Practice
I help clients resolve their IRS and state tax problems as quickly and inexpensively as possible. Most of my clients prefer to settle their tax disputes quickly and finally, and I help them do that. However, it’s sometimes necessary for them to litigate, and when we do, we usually win.
Washington is the home of many unique nonprofit organizations as well as the health care, charitable and education organizations found in most large cities. Their tax issues, governance matters and business transactions often require unique solutions. I’ve spent 40 years helping them design and secure those solutions.
Individuals, Trusts and Estates
My practice has always included providing tax advice and estate planning to individuals. I have frequently served as an executor or trustee for these clients, who are residents of DC, Maryland or Virginia, the three jurisdictions in which I practice.