Cary Bryson, co-founder of Bryson Law Firm, L.L.C., was recently featured in Wall Street Journal with other leading financial professionals as one of America's PremierExperts'® "Financial Trendsetters." A feature story about Cary Bryson was also recently seen on the online home pages of major publications such as Yahoo! Finance, CNBC, The Boston Globe, The Miami Herald, Morningstar, Los Angeles Daily News and MarketWatch, among many others.
As seen in the Wall Street Journal feature:
Cary Bryson is a no-nonsense Louisiana attorney whose experience in handling IRS problems, like tax liens and levies, has been featured in publications throughout the country including USA Today and CNBC. He has over 20 years of legal experience and is an author of the recently published book, "Protect and Defend." Cary's law firm provides great service and gets great results for his clients, all while treating them with respect and dignity. He works tirelessly to protect taxpayer's rights and to help them solve their IRS and other tax problems. Cary is a fantastic negotiator with proven experience and success before the IRS!
Bryson Law Firm, L.L.C. is a Louisiana law firm focusing 100% on helping people and businesses solve their IRS and Louisiana state tax problems. Cary has practiced in numerous legal areas throughout Louisiana. He served as a law clerk to the Supreme Court of Louisiana in New Orleans. He has over 20 years of experience, and has tried many types of cases from Shreveport to New Orleans to Baton Rouge to Lafayette, and everywhere in-between. He is admitted to practice in U.S. Tax Court, and has extensively studied IRS procedure and practice. He has handled hundreds of IRS and other tax cases. Cary is a fantastic negotiator with proven experience and success before the IRS.
Cary Bryson is also the best-selling author of Protect and Defend: Proven Strategies from America's Leading Attorneys to help you Protect and Defend Your Business, Family and Wealth
To learn more about Cary Bryson and Bryson Law Firm, L.L.C. or to subscribe for a free copy of his monthly newsletter visit http://www.brysonlawfirm.com or call 337-233-4210.
About Cary Bryson:
Cary Bryson is a "no-nonsense" Louisiana attorney who has dedicated his law practice to helping people get out of IRS and other tax trouble.
Cary founded Bryson Law Firm, L.L.C. in 2000 with one main objective – to establish a modern law firm with old-fashioned values! In other words, Cary's law firm provides great service and gets great results for its clients all while treating others with respect and dignity! He is known throughout the state as being kind, generous and friendly. (It is not uncommon for him to have 2-hour meetings with new clients who drive over 3 hours to meet with him!)
Simply put, Cary is a true Louisiana boy! He grew up in Baker, Louisiana. He hunts, fishes and loves to cook (and eat)! He graduated from L.S.U. at Baton Rouge in 1988, and then from L.S.U. Law School in 1991. With over 20 years of legal experience, Cary has practiced in numerous legal areas throughout Louisiana. He served as a law clerk to the Supreme Court of Louisiana in New Orleans, and has tried many types of cases. He is admitted to U.S. Tax Court, and has extensive knowledge in IRS procedure and practice. He has handled hundreds of IRS and other tax cases.
Cary's wife, Angie, is also a Louisiana-born attorney. She works side-by-side with him at Bryson Law Firm, L.L.C. They have been married for 21 years and they have six children! They are their pride and joy.
Cary's personal dedication to "family" is reflected daily at Bryson Law Firm, L.L.C. His staff of lawyers, accountants and others always treat clients like family while solving their burdensome IRS and other tax issues. Bryson Law Firm, L.L.C. clients have strong, competent protection from the IRS and other taxing agencies. Everyday levies are released, garnishments are removed, and IRS cases are settled permanently for Bryson clients! It is Cary's personal goal to protect as many Louisiana neighbors as possible from intimidating and threatening IRS actions, and to keep those neighbors out of tax trouble for good.