Kugelman Law was created as an alternative to overpriced law firms and disreputable tax resolution companies. We are comprised of veteran lawyers with years of IRS and U.S. Tax Court experience resolving tax disputes.
Kugelman Law’s mission is to effectively and efficiently resolve each client’s tax issue - no matter the size or complexity. To that end, the firm has developed working relationships with experienced outside accountants, CPAs, and bookkeepers to complete the holistic representation.
Being synonymous with tax expertise in California is important to everyone at our firm. But we also pride ourselves on our exceptional service to our clients that continue to uphold our values of being approachable, accessible, ethical, honest, fair, and authentic with each and every client we serve.
Alex Kugelman is an attorney concentrating on tax controversies, domestic and international tax compliance, and tax collection defense. Mr. Kugelman counsels and represents individuals, small businesses, and estates.
His experience includes four years of federal government court experience at the U.S. Tax Court and a U.S. District Court. That background blends substantive tax law knowledge with administrative and litigation experience. This unique combination differs from that of an accountant or a general practitioner attorney.Our Team
Alexander Kugelman and his team’s approach to cryptocurrency issues have solidified Kugelman Law as an industry leader in the niche area of crypto taxes. Alex frequently appears on crypto-themed podcasts and video interviews to discuss the nuances of the intersection between cryptocurrency and the IRS.
Mindy Meigs co-counsels all IRS matters, including collections, audits, and litigations. Her 15 years spent as an IRS Chief Counsel attorney enables her to provide her clients an inside perspective of how the IRS operates.
Her work in the IRS Office of Chief Counsel primarily focused on Audits, where she would represent the government in U.S. Tax Court, and Collections, where she would serve as a liaison between the IRS and Department of Justice on case referrals.
Mindy is also well-versed in bankruptcy work, where she would appear as Special Assistant U.S. Attorney representing the IRS in U.S. Bankruptcy Court. Her knowledge of not only the administrative process but also the litigation process and U.S. Tax Court procedures is a result of her handling over 500 U.S. Tax Court cases and 30 trials.
That impressive IRS experience and procedural knowledge allows Mindy to leverage the process in her clients’ favor.
Grace Taylor is the firm’s lead return preparer. She is an enrolled agent with 10 years of Big Four accounting experience. Many compliance issues require filing or amending tax returns. She excels at advising individual US taxpayers with domestic and international reporting.
Finally, Jon Stead, CPA, is the firm’s lead financial and cryptocurrency accountant. Cryptocurrency and blockchain technology present a unique challenge for U.S. taxpayers. Cryptocurrency records are often incomplete, and most trade on a variety of platforms that have their own unique documentation standards. This makes accounting for and reporting cryptocurrency gains and losses extremely difficult.
As a solution, Jon pioneered his own proprietary software to solve complex accounting problems. He works with individuals and businesses to reconstruct incomplete and missing financial records.
As a whole, the Kugelman Law team provides excellent service with a personal touch. The goal is to guide each client to the most effective and efficient resolution possible.Attorneys