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Practice Areas

Tax Return Preperation

Annual returns for businesses, individuals, and trusts.

Return reviews for accuracy and planning oppurtunites.

Business Incorporation and Planning

Business formation, M&A, trademark filings, reorganizations, contract drafting/review, general advisory services.

We also serve as tax counsel to provide tax compliance review, tax planning, and tax controversy services.

Tax Resolution

We provide full service tax representation in audits, adjustments, and Tax Court litigation. We resolve amounts owed through payment plans, non collectible status, and offers in compromise.
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About Our Firm

The Law Office of D. Mathew Blackburn is a client focused firm that provides legal advice in easy to understand terms. We advise business owners and individuals in tax, business law, and estate planning. Whether you’re an owner looking for someone that speaks the language of business, or you’ve received an IRS or state revenue agency notice that is full of dense technical language, or you’re an individual looking for someone to explain how an estate plan can protect your family and legacy, we are here to help.

Latest News

We come across many potential clients (and current clients) that ask us a multitude of questions about what their ex spouse can or cannot do after their divorce has been finalized. These questions usually arise in regards to their children. The best approach is this: Look at your Parenting Plan and/or Separation Agreement. These documents […]


“I need my taxes done, I think I need a CPA.” You could hire a CPA, especially if your tax return is pretty basic. There’s nothing really wrong with that. But let me ask you this, do you know what CPA stands for? A CPA is a certified public accountant. CPA does not equal tax […]


So, we keep using this word controversy. Tax controversy is a cool way of referring to the practice of law involving disputes between tax collection entities such as the IRS or state tax agencies, and taxpayers. So why can’t you just say litigation like all the other attorneys that go into a court room? Because with tax there’s […]