Daniel S. Heller

Daniel S. Heller

Daniel S. Heller

Associate

dheller@kellydorseylaw.com
410-740-8750

Mr. Heller is an Associate at Kelly | Dorsey, P.C. assisting with the firm’s well-regarded tax controversy practice. Mr. Heller’s work focuses on disputes with the Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”), including criminal tax defense, collection matters, audits, penalty relief, federal tax lien issues, and civil and criminal tax litigation.

 

Mr. Heller received his Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Pennsylvania and his Juris Doctorate cum laude from Widener University School of Law. While earning his degree, Mr. Heller interned with the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office, and clerked for the Honorable Judge Rayford A. Means. He also served on Widener’s Law Review.

 

Prior to joining Kelly | Dorsey, P.C., Mr. Heller worked as an Associate at a firm outside of Philadelphia, PA that specializes in tax controversy cases. He completed his LL.M. Degree in Taxation at Temple University Beasley School of Law in January 2015. In addition to the LL.M., he received an Estate Planning Certificate.

Mr. Heller has experience in many aspects of tax controversy, including but not limited to:
•Offer in Compromise
•Installment Agreement
•Currently Not Collectible
•U.S. Tax Court
•Trust Fund Recovery Penalty
•Levy Release
•Criminal Tax
•Penalty & Interest Abatement
•Innocent Spouse
•Audit Representation
•Lien Release, Withdrawal, & Subordination

Education

• Temple University, Beasley School of Law, Master of Laws in Taxation (2015)
• Temple University, Estate Planning Certificate (2015)
• Widener University School of Law, J.D. cum laude (2012)
• University of Pennsylvania, B.A. (2007)

Admissions

• Maryland
• Pennsylvania
• New Jersey
• U.S. Tax Court
• U.S. District Court-Maryland
• U.S. District Court-Pennsylvania
• U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit

Memberships

• American Bar Association (Taxation and Young Lawyers Sections)
• Maryland State Bar Association (Section of Entertainment & Sports Law, State & Local Government, Taxation Law, and Section of Young Lawyers

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