Tax Attorney Richard C. Litwin of Litwin Law was named as a 2019 Pro Bono Partnership of Atlanta Volunteer of the Year.
Litwin was one of six attorneys recognized for outstanding volunteer pro bono efforts, at PBPA’s March 11 reception at King & Spalding. PBPA matches attorneys (based on their particular expertise) with local non-profits in need of free legal counsel. Through PBPA, Litwin helped nonprofits facing state and local tax issues. He represents individuals and businesses in state and local tax matters.
Litwin deals with a variety of issues that arise during audit and during protest and appeal to the Georgia Tax Tribunal and to local governments. For over 30 years, and as a recognized Super Lawyer since 2008, Litwin has devoted his practice to multistate tax, state and local tax, and tax controversies. He has chaired the Atlanta Bar Association Tax Law Section and State Bar of Georgia’s Taxation Law Section and co-moderates the Georgia Department of Revenue/Tax Bar Liaison Committee.
Litwin and his family – wife Pam, and daughters Meryl and Kara – have been members of Temple Sinai since 1997.