Improper tax valuation? Don’t give the Appraisal District the upper hand.

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Has your commercial property tax value been improperly calculated by the Appraisal District?

It may be time to talk to a property tax lawyer.

Make no mistake — filing a lawsuit to contest an improper property valuation can be a serious challenge. The Appraisal District will be represented by well-seasoned property tax lawyers who handle several hundred similar cases each year and are prepared to play hardball in order to keep the District’s business. The good news is that the property tax lawyers at McDonald Law Firm know their tactics and are prepared to go toe-to-toe with the Appraisal District so you don’t have to.

McDonald Law Firm accepts engagements in ad valorem property tax litigation for high-value commercial property across the state of Texas.

Past results can be made available by request.

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Case Review

Contact us today for a free, no-obligation claim review to assess your situation and review your legal options. Whether over the phone, or in person, we are here to answer your questions and explain the property tax litigation process. Call us today at 877-803-2897.

We understand the importance of resolving your property tax case as quickly as possible.

Over-assessment can lead to cash flow shortages since the tax man pockets your tax payment until the dispute is resolved. You need aggressive, thorough, experienced trial lawyers to prepare and push your property tax case as quickly as possible to a successful result.

We are experienced property tax lawyers. We’re with you every step of the way.

McDonald Law Firm is composed of true trial lawyers. We approach each and every case as if we are going to trial.  We strive to get the best result possible for each and every client, either through trial or a negotiated settlement. Our one goal: fair and appropriate valuation of the property at issue.