Property Tax Attorney in Houston, Texas

Areas of Representation

Property Tax Appeal

  • Contest appraisal valuations for property tax assessments

  • Seek tax relief after the general protest deadline has passed

Appraisal Correction

  • Work to correct appraisal errors to reduce property tax liability

  • Seek relief for property substantially over-appraised

Hearing Dismissal

Challenge protest and ARB hearing dismissals, and seek relief through the administrative appeal process 

Appraisal Litigation​

Pursue judicial relief through filing a lawsuit suit once the administrative process has concluded.

Exemption Denial / Help

  • Assist  in securing property tax exemptions on eligible property

  • Appeal exemption denials or modifications for the current or preceding tax year(s)

Delinquent  Property Tax Representation

Serve as Counsel in delinquent tax lawsuits seeking foreclosure of real estate or recovery of delinquent taxes paid in error 

Omitted Property

Contest back taxes caused by adding taxable property previously omitted from the appraisal roll.

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Client Focus

Property taxation pales in comparison to the allure and intrigue found in criminal law and other, high-profile matters. And yet, it always proves gratifying to help someone surmount something that affects us all - TAXATION

My personal and professional outlook has always been that where there's a problem, no matter how daunting, there's always a solution. You just need to find it. This remains as true now as the day I received my law degree.  Experience has proven positive results can be derived by adhering to certain core principles.

Client Relationship - The most important duty an attorney has to a client is the attorney-client relationship.   At its core, the client's interests are to be held above the interests of the attorney.  It is a standard of stringent loyalty and fairness with respect to a client.  The client shall be the primary focus throughout the representation.

Communication -  Accurate information is required to make the best and most cost-effective decisions.  A proactive approach, therefore, exists when it comes to communication.   E-mail, phone, text messaging, are used extensively.  This obviously goes both ways.  Whether between a client or a third party, being prompt and responsive creates trust which is vital to resolving conflicts.

Technology -  Innovation is the new standard when it comes to quality legal representation.  Keeping technologically current reduces costs, allows quicker turn-around of client matters, and leads to significantly better results.   Technology accordingly serves a key role.  This includes using up-to-date computer systems, the latest peripherals, specialized legal and accounting software, a robust Document Management System (DMS), and a contact relationship management system (CRM).

Experience -  Knowledge results from experience.   And while this is significant, the law is never static.  Keeping abreast of recent changes and developments involving property tax issues is just as important.  This includes being active in legal associations, undertaking professional courses, and continual networking with other professionals.