David R. Jojola is partner and co-founder of Kaczmarek & Jojola, a tax litigation firm. His practice includes tax litigation, tax audits, and tax collection. As a tax controversy attorney, he represents individuals, businesses, trusts and estates against the I.R.S. and state/local taxing authorities. The firm currently represents clients in 35+ states and numerous foreign countries.
The Tax Section of the State Bar of Arizona elected Mr. Jojola as a member-at-large in 2017. He continues to serve as an elected member of the Tax Section. The State Bar of Arizona’s Board of Legal Specialization also recognizes Mr. Jojola as a certified tax law specialist.
Mr. Jojola began his tax career in 1995 as a trial attorney with the IRS in Los Angeles, California. In this position, Mr. Jojola managed a large and active docket of U.S. Tax Court cases in addition to advising I.R.S. revenue agents and officers in audit and collection matters. Mr. Jojola also oversaw the I.R.S.’s innocent spouse cases in the Southern California region, developing an expertise in this area.
In 2007 Mr. Jojola left the I.R.S. to work with a small tax controversy law firm. He eventually left this firm to represent clients at large national law firm (AmLaw 200). Ultimately, Mr. Jojola decided to form Kaczmarek & Jojola where he serves as managing partner.
Today, as a tax controversy attorney representing taxpayers, David’s practice encompasses:
- tax litigation and appeals
- taxation law
- corporate taxation
- estate and gift taxation
- excise taxes
- income taxation
- innocent spouse relief
- payroll taxes
- property (ad valorem) taxes