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Tax Consulting & Opinions | Tax Disputes & Litigation

(469) 630-2550

Mailing Address
Chowins Law Firm, PLLC
1011 Surrey Lane #200
Flower Mound, TX 75022

Tax Cases

  • Personal Income Taxes
  • Corporate and Business Income Taxes
  • Texas Franchise Tax
  • Payroll Taxes including the Trust Fund Recovery Penalty
  • Federal Estate Taxes
  • State and Local Taxes
  • Out of State Taxes

IRS Disputes & Tax Litigation

  • Tax Audits & Appeals
  • Dealing with Unfiled Tax Returns
  • Offers in Compromise
  • Negotiating Resolution of Tax Liability
  • Advising on Proposed Installment Plans
  • Garnishments, Levies, and Tax Liens
  • Abatement of Penalties and Interest
  • Relief from IRS Collection Efforts Entirely
  • Litigating in the U.S. Tax Court
  • Discharge of Tax Debt in Bankruptcy

Tax Advice & Opinions

  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Business Transactions
  • Real Estate Transactions
  • Employee Compensation Structures
  • Tax-Deferred Accounts (IRAs, 401k's, etc.)

Important Update: Mr. Chowins has temporarily relocated to the Kansas City area due to family obligations and will establish a temporary office there later this year.  During that time, our Flower Mound, Texas office will not be active other than as a mailing address.  We will continue serving existing clients remotely.  Prospective clients can meet with us via Zoom video conferencing or by telephone.  

Chowins Law Firm is a tax law practice located in Flower Mound, Texas, serving the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area.  Our practice is devoted entirely to tax law.  This includes tax advice, tax planning, tax audits and tax disputes with the IRS and other tax authorities.

Our Mission


The highest priority is achieving the best possible result for our clients.  Every person is unique, thus every client and every case is unique. Some cases require a diplomatic, even collaborative, approach to achieve a client's goal(s). Other cases require aggressive hard-nosed negotiation and even litigation of the case in court.  Most cases fall somewhere in between.  We examine all solutions to determine which is the best approach to your case and offer creative solutions when appropriate. In some cases, the best approach is for the lawyer to advise the client to change their approach, their behavior, or their expectations.  While simply telling clients what they want to hear would be easy, that is a disservice to the client.  We would rather lose a client than fail them by telling them only what they want to hear.


Few find legal disputes to be pleasant experiences.   Litigating disputes can be one of the most frustrating experiences.   We can never know exactly how a particular client feels apart from what they share with us, but we recognize that many clients feel a multitude of emotions from anger, relief, guilt, worry and others way too long to list and some of which are even seemingly in conflict with each other.  This is normal. Our role is to help you mitigate some of those frustrations by explaining the process, preparing you for what to expect and advise you in order to achieve the best result for you.   


In surveys, one of top frustrations people report with their lawyers is when their lawyer seems to avoid them.  While we understand how that can happen, it is unacceptable in this office.   Responsiveness to clients is paramount in legal matters.  Legal issues can be stressful enough.  We won't add to that by ignoring client inquiries.  We ensure our responsiveness in several ways.

First, while we cannot guarantee your attorney will be available when you call, all client calls and emails are almost always returned the same day but no later than one business day. Furthermore, if the client indicates in their message that an emergency has come up and that they need immediate help, the attorney will call you back immediately upon receiving your message.

Second, clients are sent blind courtesy copies by email on all correspondence and documents related to their case. This simple, yet often overlooked, client communication method often answers any questions the client may have otherwise had.

Third, because disputed matters often require lulls in case activity (waiting for responses from other parties, waiting on a hearing date etc.), we may or may not be actively working on your case on any given day or even any given week. Regardless of activity, clients receive regular email updates about their case.  These updates include the status of their case plus any reminders such as deadlines and hearing dates. This practice makes it very unlikely that case ever slips through the cracks of a busy law office.

Meet the Owner

David Chowins

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David Chowins is a devoted and compassionate attorney with more than twenty years of experience in law practice.

He graduated with honors from the University of Tulsa College of Law where he was a member and editor of the Tulsa Law Review.  He also earned numerous academic awards and distinctions. He went on to earn his LL.M. in Taxation from NYU Law School which is widely regarded as the nation's top graduate tax program.1

David founded Chowins Law Firm in October of 2000 after several years practicing law as a tax attorney with two of the nation's top law firms.  In order to meet client needs, he broadened his practice to include civil litigation, business matters, family law, estate planning, probate law and various other areas.  While this gave him broad experience in many areas of law, David now devotes 100% of his practice to tax law.

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