Attorney Weston Bohall

About Me

Weston William Bohall is an associate tax attorney at Robinson and Henry, PC. Weston is licensed to practice law before various state and local taxation authorities, Internal Revenue Service, United States Tax Court, United States District Court, and in Colorado state court. He prides himself on the philosophy of Championship Tax Law, an ethos dedicated to practicing the highest standards of perfection, excellence, and commitment when representing taxpayers before the Internal Revenue Service, state departments of revenue, and the local taxation authorities. Weston started working at the I.R.S. Office of Chief Counsel Small Business Self Employed Division in Louisville, Kentucky. After passing the Colorado Bar, Weston began working for the I.R.S. Office of Chief Counsel Small Business Self Employed Division in Denver where he was responsible for enforcing the government’s rights under the Internal Revenue Code in tax controversy cases before the United States Tax Court.
I am Licensed to Practice in:
Coloradosince 2013
United States Tax Courtsince 2014
United States Federal District Courtsince 2014
My Education
University of Denver Sturm College of LawMasters in Taxation - 2014
Valparaiso University School of LawJuris Doctorate - 2011
Indiana State UniversityBachelors of Science - 2006
My Memberships
American Bar Association: Tax Section
Colorado Bar Association: Tax Section
Volunteer Income Tax Association
My Publications
Ending Thirty Five Years of Uncertainty
Demystifying Related Party Transactions
Circumventing Capital Gains Through 90% Stock Loan Programs:

Lead Counsel Rating Details

This Attorney is Rated in the Following Practice Areas:
Tax Law since 2015
  • Verified Experience
  • Peer Recommended
  • Spotless Record

Practice Highlights

Representative Verdicts & Settlements
Commissioner v. Moreno
Commissioner v. Kurdian
Commissioner v. Schmidt-dyke
Commissioner v. Arroyo
Commissioner v. Lucas
Received the Following Awards
ABA Tax Challenge Judge
ABA Tax Challenge Writing Competition
Paul J. Faherty Tax Writing Competition
Uncle Weston's Tax Corner