MORGAN D. KING
Attorney & Counselor at Law
RESEARCH & CONSULTING
& representing taxpayers
 

IN PRIVATE PRACTICE FOR OVER 45 YEARS

Member in Good Standing - California Bar

LAW OFFICES 925 829-6363

 

URGENT REQUEST FOR HELP WITH TAX PROBLEMS

ASSOCIATES IN ALL FEDERAL CIRCUITS

Main offices in Georgetown, Texas

Trials - Appeals - Negotiation - Part-time judge*

 

Individuals, businesses, and public entities - people subject to oppressive debt collection, representing abusive tax collection, senior citizens' rights, and other offenses against consumers' or taxpayers' rights. A self-proclaimed environmental protector, Mr. King has used his law license to help preserve sensitive open space and natural habitat.

   CRIMINAL  DEFENSE

  • Murder

  • DUI

  • Burglary

  • Assault

  • Fraud

  • Rape

  • Elder abuse

  • Tax fraud

 

TAXPAYERS' DEFENSE

  • Stop bank levies

  • Stop paycheck levies

  • Get car returned

  • Compromises

  • Innocent spouse

  • Bankruptcy discharge

ABUSIVE DEBT COLLECTION

  • Discharging Taxes

  • Bankruptcy Litigation

  • Abusive Debt Collection

  • Consumer Bankruptcy

  • End phone calls & letters

  • End threats

  • End car haul away

  • End paycheck hit

  • End bank account levy

MORGAN D. KING

 

Morgan King has been practicing law and writing and teaching on legal topics since 1971.

A graduate of the University of California at Berkeley, and the University of California School of Law at Davis [Martin Luther King Jr. Hall], Mr. King is a member of the California bar, the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys, The Consumer Law and Ethics Committees of the American Bankruptcy Institute, formerly a member of the American Bar Association Tax Section Bankruptcy Task Force, the National Association of Chapter 13 Trustees, and other professional organizations.

 

He taught corporation law at St. Mary's College Department of Paralegal Studies for seven years, and taught Bankruptcy law at Lincoln Law School in Northern California. He is Dean of the King Bankruptcy Academy. Visit the law firm web sites, MorganKing.com, LearnBankruptcy.com, and KingLawPublishing.com.

 

Over his career Mr. King has appeared before more than 100 judges and has gained extensive experience in all fields of “consumer” law, including personal injury accident cases, civil litigation, criminal defense, divorce and family law, civil rights, corporation and business law, tax and bankruptcy.Mr. King speaks and lectures frequently on the specialized subject of discharging taxes in bankruptcy, and has appeared before attorneys’ events in 18 states.

 

His articles have appeared in the American Bar Journal, The San Francisco Recorder, the Journal of the National Association of Enrolled agents, the Journal of the National Association of Chapter 13 Trustees, Norton's Annual Survey of Bankruptcy Law, Norton's Bankruptcy Law Advisor, CCH Journal of Tax Practice & Procedure, The NACBA Journal, and various law reviews and other publications. He is, as well, the author of the McGraw Hill course manual, Taxpayers' Remedies in Bankruptcy.

Mr. King has always been in private practice and chief of his own law firm. He says his firm falls into the category of "boutique law firm," having at most 4 attorneys and total of 13 employees, including lawyers, paralegals, and office staff.

 

HELPING TAXPAYERS WITH DELINQUENT TAX PROBLEMS

 

Over the last fifteen years Mr. King has erased over $25 million in back taxes for taxpayers, by means of bankruptcy, offers-in-compromise, and litigation of disputed liabilities. This includes personal income taxes, payroll trust-fund taxes, state employment taxes and California sales taxes.

 

Mr. King was asked to contribute to the work of the ABA Tax Section, Bankruptcy Task Force commentary on the tax proposals of the National Bankruptcy Review Commission. At its annual convention in New Orleans in May, 2003 the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys (NACBA) honored Mr. King with its prestigious Distinguished Service Award,

 

"In Recognition of [his] Outstanding Service ... provided to the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys and the Initiative and Effort ... Contributed Toward the Advancement of Its Goals and Purposes."

 

He has authored many articles on bankruptcy law, as well as 11 books for attorneys on the following topics:California Corporate Practice Guide 2nd, Discharging Taxes In Bankruptcy, Chapter 7 Law & Practice, Chapter 13 Law & PracticeMcGraw-Hill course manual, Taxpayers' Remedies in Bankruptcy, Attorneys' Fees in Consumer Bankruptcy Cases, King's Guide to Practice Under the Bankruptcy Reform Act of 2005, King's Discharging Taxes Under the Bankruptcy Reform Act of 2005, King's Fundamentals Of Consumer Bankruptcy Law & Practice,King's Legal Guide to IRS Offers-in-Compromise, King's Legal Guide to IRS Collection Due Process.

 

Mr. King’s most recent book, Abusive Debt Collection Practice, will be available at KingLawPublishing.com soon.

 

His book, IRS Collection Due Process Appeals, is carried by LexisNexis.

For books currently available visit KingLawPublishing.com (aka BankruptcyBooks.com).

 

He taught corporation law at St. Mary's College Department of Paralegal Studies for seven years, and taught Bankruptcy law at Lincoln Law School in Northern California. He is Dean of the King Bankruptcy Academy.Visit the law firm web sites, MorganKing.com, and KingLawPublishing.comOver his career Mr. King has appeared before more than 100 judges and has gained extensive experience in all fields of “consumer” law, including personal injury accident cases, civil litigation, criminal defense, divorce and family law, civil rights, corporation and business law, tax and bankruptcy.

 

Mr. King speaks and lectures frequently on the specialized subject of discharging taxes in bankruptcy, and has appeared before attorneys’ events in 18 states.His articles have appeared in the American Bar Journal, The San Francisco Recorder, the Journal of the National Association of Enrolled agents, the Journal of the National Association of Chapter 13 Trustees, Norton's Annual Survey of Bankruptcy Law, Norton's Bankruptcy Law Advisor, CCH Journal of Tax Practice & Procedure, The NACBA Journal, and various law reviews and other publications.

 

He is, as well, the author of the McGraw Hill course manual, Taxpayers' Remedies in Bankruptcy. See list of articles, below.

 

HELPING TAXPAYERS WITH DELINQUENT TAX PROBLEMS

 

King was asked to contribute to the work of the ABA Tax Section, Bankruptcy Task Force commentary on the tax proposals of the National Bankruptcy Review Commission.At its annual convention in New Orleans in May, 2003 the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys (NACBA) honored Mr. King with its prestigious Distinguished Service Award, "In Recognition of [his] Outstanding Service ... provided to the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys and the Initiative and Effort ... Contributed Toward the Advancement of Its Goals and Purposes."

 

He has authored many articles on bankruptcy law, as well as 11 books for attorneys on the following topics: California Corporate Practice Guide 2nd, Discharging Taxes In Bankruptcy, Chapter 7 Law & Practice, Chapter 13 Law & Practice, McGraw-Hill course manual - Taxpayers' Remedies in Bankruptcy, Attorneys' Fees in Consumer Bankruptcy Cases, King's Guide to Practice Under the Bankruptcy Reform Act of 2005, King's Discharging Taxes Under the Bankruptcy Reform Act of 2005, and King's Fundamentals Of Consumer Bankruptcy Law & Practice.

 

 

 

Inspecting the defective tire in

a serious personal injury case

On the phone with the IRS setting them straight about something

King lecturing at the King Bankruptcy Academy for attorneys

King dines with Mikhail Gorbachev at a

restaurant in Barcelona, Spain, 2002

Occasion - Annual convention - Rotary International

A "Go To" Person
" ... there are so many people who need your talents. It is so great to have a "top" "go to" person. Thanks!"
- Former client K.P.

* Has served temporarily for judges in Alameda County ill or on vacation.

© MORGAN D. KING 2016-18 Technical web advisor Douglas Morrison

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