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It All Starts With One Question

It All Starts With One Question

Although analyzing the possibilities for what to do with a large contingent fee can seem like a monumental task, Brook-Hollow Financial’s deferral program is designed to be customizable for each attorney’s needs.

No Longer Fear the Taxman

No Longer Fear the Taxman

Taxes are a necessary evil but if you are smart and plan ahead you can significantly reduce or even significantly alleviate any financial burden.

Marshmallows and Roundup Fees

Marshmallows and Roundup Fees

Striking the right balance between investment and consumption is key to setting the stage for future financial success.

WHITE PAPERS

Why it Works

Learn about how it works, why it works and why Ireland.

7 Secrets To Maximizing Your Fees

Proven strategies for making the most of your contingency fees

Calling All Class Action Attorneys

It’s time to rethink your practice’s financial strategy

VIDEOS

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Why Defer With Brook-Hollow

You owe it to yourself to know all your options.

ARTICLES

Can Class Action Attorney Fees Be Structured?
Top tax attorney Robert Wood talks about structuring fees in class actions
Kingdom of Heaven
Top tax attorney Robert Wood offers thoughts on attorney fee deferral
Structuring Attorney Fees When You’re Not a Solo
Top tax attorney Robert Wood discusses tax deferral for multiple partner firms

CASE LAW

In Childs v. Commissioner, the 11th circuit ruled that attorneys may use structures to defer their fees and recognize those future payments in the year in which they are received.

Childs Case Appeals Court Decision
Case law supporting the concept of contingent attorney fee tax deferral
Childs Case Commissioner Appeal Brief
Case law supporting the concept of contingent attorney fee tax deferral

Childs Case Commissioner Appeal Reply Brief
Case law supporting the concept of contingent attorney fee tax deferral

Childs Case Tax Court Decision
Case law supporting the concept of contingent attorney fee tax deferral

Childs Case Taxpayer Attorneys Appeal Brief
Case law supporting the concept of contingent attorney fee tax deferral

Childs Case Taxpayer Childs Appeal Brief
Case law supporting the concept of contingent attorney fee tax deferral

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