"My goal is to help my clients understand their options and to help them see their complete situation. In that way, I can guide them to the best decision for their individual needs."
25 West Middle Lane
Rockville, Maryland 20850
Michael Y. Goldberg
Michael Goldberg takes time to understand each client’s unique position. This understanding helps create a tailored plan for each client’s circumstance. With a keen attention to detail, he prides himself on maintaining excellent communication with his clients. Michael’s practice, as part of Stein Sperling’s nationally recognized tax litigation and controversy team, focuses on federal and state controversy matters for individuals and businesses.
Michael has a wide range of experience in federal and state controversies. He also has worked to assist U.S. citizens in meeting their foreign reporting obligations. As an attorney and Certified Public Accountant, Michael has represented clients in matters pending before the IRS, the U.S. Tax Court and local taxing authorities.
Prior to joining Stein Sperling, Michael began his legal career at a tax controversy law firm in Annapolis, Maryland, where he represented individuals, corporations and non-profit organizations. He has also worked with the University of Maryland Low Income Taxpayer Clinic where he was a student attorney and later a managing student attorney. Additionally, he worked for a multinational accounting firm, the Antitrust Division of Maryland Office of the Attorney General and the Maryland Tax Court.
Outside of the office, Michael enjoys playing basketball and hiking. He is an avid sports fan of the local DC teams.
University of Maryland Robert H. Smith School of Business (B.S., 2011)
University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law (J.D., 2014)
District of Columbia
Certified Public Accountant
Maryland State Bar Association
Montgomery County Bar Association
American Academy of Attorney-CPAs
Maryland Super Lawyers magazine, Rising Star (2017-2018)
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