The selection of a law firm is a serious matter, and one that deserves careful thought and sufficient information to make a wise and informed decision. Skeen & Kauffman offers our clients seasoned legal advice in several key areas of law including bankruptcy.
Large Firm Experience With Small Firm Benefits
Skeen & Kauffman's clients range from individuals and small businesses to Fortune 500 companies. No matter the limits of your budget, or the nature or complexity of your legal issues, we will devise an innovative solution to address your needs. We provide quality legal services in a cost-effective manner for every client. Give us a call, or just drop in for a cup of coffee.
The areas of law in which we focus our practice are:
- Tax law issues, including IRS audits, collections, appeals and controversies, employment and payroll tax and criminal tax matters
- The full range of business law matters, including transactions, contract disputes, business formations and litigation
- Admiralty and maritime law, including matters ranging from longshoremen personal injury to blue water claims and property
- General consumer financial legal services including Bankruptcy, Foreclosure Defense, and Debt Settlement
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With 75 years of combined experience, the law firm of Skeen & Kauffman, L.L.P., is able to offer clients advocacy across a specific range of legal areas. Attorneys Skeen & Kauffman were employed at the same law firm more than 25 years ago, and formed Skeen & Kauffman, L.L.P., in Baltimore, Maryland, in 2004 to meet the needs of clients in a few select areas of law.
Attorney Stephen P. Kauffman is a lawyer and former IRS revenue agent who brings this knowledge to bear during his representation of individuals and businesses with a wide variety of tax-related matters. He represents clients with issues ranging from trust-fund recovery penalties to IRS audits and appeals. Attorney James D. Skeen, is a third-generation maritime law attorney and has been a proctor in admiralty in the U.S. Maritime Law Association for more than 30 years. He represents East Coast clients who face maritime law issues in state and federal courts in Maryland, Virginia, and the District of Columbia.
The building in which Skeen & Kauffman practices law is owned by the members of the firm, debt free. Skeen & Kauffman does not waste money on lavish furnishings, and is therefore able to offer flexible billing terms while still providing quality legal representation. Low overhead means that attorney fees are applied toward legal representation and high technology rather than law firm amenities.
The clients served by our law firm include CPAs, individuals and businesses with IRS issues, insurance companies, law firms and Fortune 500 companies in New York, New Jersey and the Eastern Seaboard that have maritime issues in Maryland, small businesses and sole proprietorships with business formation or litigation concerns.
The overriding themes of our law firm and our approach to the law are:
- Vigorous advocacy at all times
- Rigorous attention to detail
- Broad experience, which encompasses practical experience, on both sides of IRS tax matters, insurance litigation and maritime law matters such as property subrogation
- The ability to bring our deep knowledge, experience and success to bear in a number of select areas of law on behalf of our clients
- Recognition from our peers as evidenced by our speaking engagements, attorney referrals, published articles and AV rating*
Effective Practical Solutions
Skeen & Kauffman provides effective and practical solutions to clients in a range of litigation and transactional matters. Please contact our law firm via e-mail or call 443-992-4552 locally or 888-381-5780 toll-free to schedule an appointment with one of the lawyers in our Baltimore law firm.
* James Skeen is an AV rated litigator. CV, BV, and AV are registered certification marks of Reed Elsevier Properties Inc., used in accordance with the Martindale-Hubbell certification procedures, standards, and policies. Martindale-Hubbell is the facilitator of a peer review rating process. Ratings reflect the confidential opinions of members of the Bar and the judiciary. Martindale-Hubbell ratings fall into two categories -- legal ability and general ethical standards.
With 60 years of combined experience, the law firm of Skeen & Kauffman, L.L.P., is able to offer clients advocacy across a specific range of legal areas. Attorneys Skeen & Kauffman were employed at the same law firm more than 25 years ago, and formed Skeen & Kauffman, L.L.P., in Baltimore, Maryland, in 2004 to meet the needs of clients in a few select areas of law.