Experienced Tax Attorneys Servicing High-Net-Worth Individuals

With an impeccable reputation for integrity and client satisfaction, Cantley Dietrich is a national firm that has retained the values and relationship-oriented approach of a boutique firm. We assist high-net-worth clients with asset protection, tax planning, tax compliance, wills, trusts and complex estate planning. We are also among the nation’s leading experts in captive insurance tax law and compliance. If you are in need of a compliance-oriented tax attorney to advise you on legally safeguarding your wealth by limiting your tax liabilities and legal risk, we are uniquely qualified to assist you. Contact us today and speak to a Cantley Dietrich tax advisor.

Read More

Services We Offer

Latest Blogs

Biden Signs $1.5 Trillion Spending Bill Without Tax Offsets

Are The “Build Back Better” Taxes Lurking? By Beckett Cantley 1 & Geoffrey Dietrich 2 On March 10, 2022, the U.S. Senate voted 68-31 to pass the Fiscal Year (FY) 2022 omnibus appropriations bill, the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2022 ( H.R. 2471 , hereafter, the “Omnibus Bill”), providing $1.5 trillion in federal discretionary ...

CIC Services v. IRS: the Supreme Court Hands the IRS a Major Loss

AbstractThe Anti-Injunction Act (“AIA”) is an important part of administrative procedure law and a crucial piece of the United States tax system. Enacted to help expedite the tax revenue process, the Act works to invalidate any lawsuit to restrict the assessment or collection of taxes. Nonetheless, having the power to bar standing and having the &he ...

Latest Articles

CIC Services v. IRS: the Supreme Court Hands the IRS a Major Loss

AbstractThe Anti-Injunction Act (“AIA”) is an important part of administrative procedure law and a crucial piece of the United States tax system. Enacted to help expedite the tax revenue process, the Act works to invalidate any lawsuit to restrict the assessment or collection of taxes. Nonetheless, having the power to bar standing and having th ...

Does a Tax Return Filed in the United States Virgin Islands (“USVI”) Start the IRS Statute of Limitations?

The Internal Revenue Code (“IRC”) § 6662(a) permits the IRS to impose a twenty-percent (20%) accuracy-related penalty to an underpayment of tax, and there are several different defenses to this penalty depending on the facts of the case and the reason for the penalty. One of the most common accuracy-related penalties is the negligence penalty. ...