Frank C. Carnahan is a shareholder of Carnahan, Evans, Cantwell & Brown, P.C. and member of the Transactional Practice Group. His practice includes tax (planning, audit, tax controversy and collection matters), transactional, corporate and other business entities, real estate, general business and franchise law. Martindale-Hubbell awarded him an AV Rating.
Frank is a member of: the American Bar Association 1986-2010 (Sections on: Taxation, Law Practice Management and Franchise Forum), the Oregon State Bar Association (1984-2005, resigned 2006), the Missouri Bar Association 1986-2010 (Taxation Committee, 1987-2010; Technology & Computer Law Committee, 1990-2010), and the Springfield Metropolitan Bar Association 1986-2020 (Technology Committee Member, 1986-2020, Chairman 2002).
Frank maintains a personal law page with frequently asked questions and other information about Internal Revenue Service tax collection, employment tax, sales and use tax, and other topics at www.carnahanlaw.com.
San Diego School of Law, LL.M. Taxation, 1986
Northwestern School of Law,Lewis & Clark College, J.D., 1984
University of Missouri – Columbia, B.A., 1971
Corporate and Business Entities
Business Organization and Planning
Family | Business Succession Planning
Transactions: buying and selling of businesses / stock and asset purchases
Like Kind Exchange
Taxation (income, employment and sales)
Tax Controversy (audits, protests, Tax Court cases and collection)
IRS Collection (installment agreements, offer in compromise, innocent spouse relief, discharge or property from lien, penalty abatement)