We hold ourselves to the highest ethical standards and are advocates for our clients

We are tax lawyers and I am a former partner at a preeminent law firm. We are experienced in complex litigation in both the state and federal courts. We bring that high-end legal representation experience to help our individual and business clients. And we do all this for roughly the same price (if not less) than non-lawyer people in this industry.

Need Representation? We also are trial lawyers and can represent people in tax court, USDC, and U.S. Circuit Courts of Appeal. We also can represent you or your business in all state courts in in South Carolina, Georgia, and North Carolina.


Tim Wooten

Tim Wooten


Justin D. Streeter


Tim Wooten

Timothy Wooten is a tax resolution and litigation attorney, with 18 year experienced practicing law. Tim has a B.A. in history from Erskine College and is a cum laude graduate of Georgia State University College of Law, finishing in the top 10% of his law school class. Tim was a student attorney at the Georgia State University College of Law Tax Clinic. After law school, Tim worked as a tax attorney at a Big 4 Accounting Firm in Atlanta and eventually became a litigation partner at one of the Southeast’s premier civil defense firms.

Tim represented Fortune 500 companies, multinational corporations, insurance companies, and a individuals in civil litigation. Tim’s practice includes tax resolution, tax reduction planning, tax controversy, tax litigation before the U.S. Tax Court.

Tim was born and raised in Greenville, South Carolina. Before going to law school, he was a guitarist in a popular indie garage band. Tim is a fan of Rickenbacker guitars, enjoys fly fishing, and is a founding member of Atlanta United Football Club.

Justin D. Streeter

Justin is a CPA with “Big 4” accounting experience. Justin provides accounting assistance and tax compliance for individual and business tax resolution clients. Justin also is a Certified Financial Planner, Accredited Portfolio Management Advisor, and holds an MBA from Central Michigan University. Justin has been awarded Atlanta Magazine’s coveted “5 Star Wealth Manager” award five times and appeared in the December 2017 Forbes magazine Advisors list. In January 2018 Justin received his Certified Tax Coach designation in advanced tax planning strategies. Justin formed Private Client Tax Solutions, LLC a registered Georgia CPA firm in 2011. Justin formed the firm to service those clients looking to save taxes through sophisticated tax strategies for high net worth individuals and small business owners.


‘Closers’ have run their numbers, and they know that certain IRS problems can net them big fees. Sure, they’ll quote you a smaller fee during the so-called “financial analysis” in the beginning stages of the process – but they also know that there are lots of different ways that they can tack on additional fees during the process so that no matter what, they will get paid.

My team and I would like to invite you into a different kind of process.

Mind you – we are BULLDOGS when it comes to negotiating on behalf of our clients in front of the IRS. We have plenty of stories to prove it.

But what I’d FIRST like to do is to invite you to read my free report, that I’ve specially prepared for Atlanta area individuals and businesses (which just so happens to be just as pertinent for someone who doesn’t happen to live in the area). I’m confident that after reading this report, that you will ignore ALL the calls from the national sales sharks who are circling the waters and coming after you.

We want to fight for you – and you will never have to speak with the IRS yourself.

Click the button on below to request your free report, and we’ll rush your copy to you immediately. Feel free to poke around our site and discover why I’ve been called “The Most Trusted Tax Professional in Atlanta.”

PS — If you are discussing your tax situation over the telephone with other firms, be sure to ask them one important question:

“Are you a licensed tax professional that is legally eligible to offer me tax advice, or are you a salesman?”

This is by far the single most important question you should ask anybody trying to offer you tax advice. If they are a salesperson, I highly encourage you to run quickly in the opposite direction.

PS–Already ready to come in?

I don’t blame you…many folks are fed up with the other options out there. Our schedule is very full…but if you call us at (678) 509-6500 or Email Us, we’ll give you two options for coming in right away! We will NOT make dealing with a tax professional as painful as it’s been in the past!

Talk again soon,

Tim Wooten, J.D.