Amy McGehee has been practicing law since 2012. Amy’s areas of concentration include Tax Controversy and Collections, Business and Tax Planning, Tax Credits and Estate Planning and Administration. Amy represents many small business owners and the variety of needs that they have with their businesses and families. She has spent her career advising and representing business owners in transactional matters, complex tax planning and business succession planning, entity selection and formation matters, business organization and reorganization, as well as operational compliance matters and governance matters. She has experience reviewing, drafting, and negotiating general business contracts ranging from employment agreements to commercial leases and drafting tax opinions and applications for credits and incentives.
Amy has extensive experience counseling clients in a wide variety of matters; including tax controversies with the IRS and state taxing agencies; drafting, filing and negotiating offers in compromise, penalty abatement requests, installment agreements, and “currently not collectible” status; and stopping collection action such as wage garnishments, levies, and asset liens. She also represents business owners with payroll and employment tax issues.
Prior to founding McGehee Law, Amy was an associate with two other firms in Atlanta, practicing in similar areas. Prior to that Amy was employed as a tax attorney with a Fortune 500 energy company and gained experience in corporate tax matters and energy credits and incentives.