As counsel for the IRS, Terry advised IRS personnel on all aspects of federal tax law, administration and procedures including audits, Collection Due Process, innocent spouse, trust fund liability determinations, liens and levies, summonses, employee-classification and penalties. Terry represented the Commissioner of Internal Revenue in over 1,000 cases in the United States Tax Court. Terry also advised IRS Bankruptcy Specialists and represented and/or advised the IRS in thousands of bankruptcy cases.
Terry previously represented individuals, business entities, organizations, lending institutions and municipalities. He engaged in civil, criminal defense and appellate litigation while representing clients in matters of estate planning and probate administration, business formation and domestic relations.
See link to Terry Serena Resume for more information.
Karen Serena brings over 25 years of administrative and project management experience to Serena Law LLC. Her work with high-level executives, their teams and organizations at the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber has provided Ms. Serena with experience as a client liaison with an extensive background in office, project and budget management. Ms. Serena’s background includes work as Director, Operations/Cincinnati USA Partnership where she managed project tracking for regional and national reports, was Administrator for the Third Frontier Internship Program for the Southwest Ohio region and oversaw a budget of over $5M. She also served as coordinator for several national and international business missions.
Serena Law LLC:
Serena Law is located in Cincinnati, Ohio, to assist clients in resolving federal, state and local tax problems in the Cincinnati, Columbus and Dayton areas. The firm provides national representation for federal tax issues, and has done so for clients from New York to California. Serena Law maintains the highest standards of legal ethics and professionalism, and always provides individualized assistance with efficiency and promptness.
Every person who seeks our counsel, whether they become a client, or not, is a unique individual, with tax problems that affect them in individual ways. We always keep this in mind from the first meeting to the conclusion of our representation when the problems are resolved.