Attorney Lynn Boak has provided professional legal services to families and businesses in Wyoming and Colorado for over three decades.
Lynn's assertiveness, compassion and meticulous legal work earned her recognition and listing within the Top 100 Trial Lawyers of the National Trial Lawyers. Lynn Boak was selected as a Fellow of the American Bar Association in 2009. She practices law in Cheyenne, Wyoming and is also admitted to practice in Colorado. Exceptional legal experience. Full-service law firm. Before founding her law firm, Lynn Boak worked as an IRS lawyer, an experience that has provided her with an insider's insight into important tax issues. She was admitted to the U.S. Tax Court in 1992 and is available to help clients nationwide with their tax issues. As a former law clerk for the late James E. Barrett, Judge, United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit, she gained a unique perspective into appellate issues and welcomes appellate work in most areas of law. As a former Special Assistant U.S. Attorney during her years with the Internal revenue Service and as a former Deputy District Attorney for Denver and Fort Collins, she gained invaluable litigation experience. Lynn has tried a number of civil cases to conclusion, as well. In addition, Lynn was staff counsel for the Wyoming Public Service Commission and she served the Wyoming Bar Association as Commissioner of the First Judicial District for two three-year terms. Attorney Lynn Boak is available to help you with a full spectrum of legal issues. Her legal expertise includes: -Administrative law -Appellate practice -Administrative hearings and appeals -Business and property valuation -Business planning -Estate and gift taxation -Federal administrative law -General litigation -Property tax -Taxation -Tax audits -Tax controversies -Workers compensation -Zoning law On your side: Lynn Boak dedicates her substantial expertise to providing each client with exceptional legal services. Because accessibility is important to her, Lynn is always available to her clients. A true defender of the underdog, Lynn helps workers injured on the job seeking workers compensation as well as families seeking tax and estate planning advice, and is prepared to take on the toughest cases.
2481 County Road 218
Cheyenne WY 82003
Lynn Boak, Attorney at Law, P.C. has been practicing tax law throughout the Untied States since 1988.
She worked for the government from 1988 through 2006, and put her experience to use on behalf of individuals and businesses in 2007. An experienced tax law attorney, she works tirelessly with you and the tax authorities to resolve seemingly insurmountable tax problems. You need not stand alone in your fight against the IRS or state tax authorities. Our firm offers hands-on personal experience with financial accounting methodologies. Our attorney works hard to solve your tax collection headaches by constructing effective tax repayment strategies. Our clients include individuals from all walks of life and various types of business and charitable entities. If the IRS issues you an assessment for nonpayment or short payment of income taxes, we can help you make arrangements for an installment payment plan, reduce the sum due or even have the assessment eliminated. An IRS levy can freeze your liquid assets, making it difficult for you to obtain necessities. If you are faced with a criminal investigation or receive a notice of intent to levy, it is essential that you take quick action. Contact us immediately so we can work to avoid a freeze of your bank accounts and other finances and garnishment of your wages. We work aggressively to prevent or stop all incorrect tax collection attempts, including garnishment of wages, seizure of incomes and assets, liens, levies, and termination of tax payment installment agreements. Our attorney is experienced in appearing in Tax Court, dealing with the Appeals Division, and at dealing with the Collection Appeals Program hearings, and we pride ourselves on providing innovative legal representation to our tax clients. Attorney Lynn Boak is admitted to practice before the United States Tax Court and the IRS and can represent you in an appeal from any adverse IRS ruling.
Appellate Practice(10%); Taxation(10%); Tax Controversies(30%); Tax Audits(10%); Estate and Gift Taxation(10%); Property Tax; Workers Compensation(30%); Business Planning; Zoning Law; Administrative Law; Administrative Hearings and Appeals; Federal Administrative Law; Business and Property Valuation
1979, Colorado; 1982, Wyoming; 1992, U.S. Tax Court
University of Denver, J.D.
Laramie County Bar Association (President, 2003-2004); Wyoming State Bar (Commissioner, First Judicial District, 2005-2011; American Bar Association; American Trial Lawyers.
Listed, Top 100 Trial Lawyers. Law Clerk, U.S. Court of Appeals, Tenth Circuit, 1986-1988. Formerly with, Hall & Evans, 1977-1980. Deputy District Attorney, Denver & Fort Collins, CO, 1980-1984. Counsel, Wyoming Public Service Commission, 1984-1986. Internal Revenue Service, 1988-2007. Special Assistant U.S. Attorney, 1992-1994. Solo Practitioner, 1995-. Alpaca Breeder; Director, Alpaca Registry Incorporated; Member, Alpaca Blanket Project; Member, Alpaca Breeders' and Owners' Association; Member and Past Vice-President, 2007-2008, Alpaca Breeders of the Rockies. Director, Cheyenne Animal Shelter, 2008-. Fellow: American Bar Foundation.
Colorado Springs, Colorado, November, 1950
French and Russian
University of Denver
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