Isreal Miller is a tax attorney focused on advising clients in state and local taxation matters and resolving related audits and litigation, primarily involving Texas sales and use tax, franchise tax and property tax. Before joining Gray Reed, Isreal served for five years as a trial attorney for the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts, where he personally handled over 1,700 cases, including over 850 cases litigated at the State Office of Administrative Hearings. He gained significant experience working with taxpayers, taxpayer representatives, auditors and other agency personnel to resolve disputed state tax issues and claims. He is also a Certified Public Accountant, a Certified Financial Planner™ practitioner and a Personal Financial Specialist.
Isreal also advises individuals and families on all aspects of tax-efficient estate planning and wealth preservation, from sophisticated planning for wealthy individuals and families with numerous assets and business interests to simple wills for clients with smaller estates. In addition to planning, Isreal guides executors and family members through every phase of uncontested will probates and in estate administration, including asset gathering and appraisal, payment of debts, filing estate tax returns and distributions to beneficiaries.
Isreal counsels business owners on a broad range of general tax matters and strategic planning issues as well, including tax-efficient entity structuring, succession planning and conducting due diligence on a variety of commercial transactions.