Michael R. Lofgran
Michael has been a managing partner with Huntsman Lofgran & Fuller from its inception. His practice focuses on tax controversy work, resolving individuals’ and small businesses’ tax problems with the IRS. He also is well-versed in bankruptcy law.
Michael has successfully settled millions of dollars in tax liabilities for his clients and reduced hundreds of out-of-control tax problems down to manageable solutions. “There is always a way through every tax problem,” Michael maintains. He devotes a sizable portion of his practice to tax and estate planning for his clients’ businesses and personal estates. He also assists will executors through the probate process and trustees in meeting their fiduciary responsibilities.
Prior to co-founding Huntsman Lofgran & Fuller, Michael served as an associate with Jackson Walter Evans & Huntsman, PLLC.
Michael is an avid supporter of the Kidney Foundation. Fluent in spoken and written Russian, he is a World War II and U.S. Civil War history enthusiast. He enjoys mowing his lawn and playing (usually losing) a rousing game of Sorry! or Monopoly with his children. Camping and being in the out-of-doors are favorite activities, and as a fixture of those camping trips Michael always burns his marshmallows before making s’mores.