Through the Pension Protection Act of 2006, Congress allowed a number of income tax deductions for owners of property who donated certain rights of ownership in order to preserve the property for future generations. The intent of Congress was to encourage property contributions that would preserve our heritage.
Of late, the IRS has been aggressively auditing taxpayers who take advantage of these income tax deductions. Tax Attorney Lawrence Brown is often contacted by individuals for assistance with issues related to conservation and façade easements. Lawrence Brown is a former Trial Attorney with the Department of Justice Tax Division. His private practice focuses on resolving complex tax disputes including those related to conservation and façade easements.
Please contact Brown, PC for counsel, advice and representation related to conservation and façade easement issues. The firm is centrally located with main offices in the Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas metroplex and represents clients from throughout the United States and abroad. Call 888-870-0025 or e-mail the law firm through this Web site for legal counsel regarding issues relating to conservation and façade easements.Print this Page