Steve Cizik – Managing Attorney, Owner, E.A., JD.
Steve Cizik is a Colorado native with a dedication to leading from the front in his professional and personal life. He attended The University of Colorado where he was Captain of the Freestyle Ski Team and graduated with degrees in Marketing and Business Management. Steve attended Law School under a scholarship from the Syracuse College of Law where he competed nationally with the school’s Trial Team and returned to Colorado each summer for internships concurrently with the Arapahoe County District Court and an insurance defense Law Firm. Steve graduated cum laude and accepted a position as an Associate Attorney with a complex corporate litigation firm in Denver, Colorado.
After several years in litigation, Steve transitioned into tax representation, where he advocated for hundreds of individuals and businesses of all sizes during nearly a
decade of combating taxing authorities on his client’s behalf. His approach is one of professional, intelligent and efficient representation. A client once commented that, “the best lawyer is the one that answers the phone.” Steve prides himself on being available, responsive and a truly trusted advocate for his clients no matter how urgent, complicated or dire a particular taxation situation may be. After all, no one calls their tax attorney with good news and the value of having someone in place to take on that burden with confidence is immeasurable.
Steve has an ongoing relationship with Larson Financial where he continues to gain experience and practical knowledge through assisting that company’s Associates and clients in his capacity as an Enrolled Agent with a myriad of taxation issues.
Staff and Consulting Attorneys
The Complex Tax Law Firm has access to a group of highly experienced staff and Tax Attorneys that can be enlisted on an “as needed” basis to address any case regardless of size or complexity. The dollar amount or work load is irrelevant – the dedication and professionalism of this Firm remains the same for whatever a case may present.