Van Dusen Law Firm
Bill is an attorney with over 25 years of legal experience in both the public and private sectors. He is experienced in a broad range of legal fields including federal, state, and local tax matters, criminal matters, litigation, administrative hearings, contract and business agreement drafting, and estate planning and probate. Bill has also assisted clients in forming business entities, including limited liability companies, corporations, and non-profit corporations in Colorado.
Bill has worked as a deputy district attorney, an assistant city attorney, and assistant attorney general. He teaches classes in professional ethics including business ethics, continuing education courses for attorneys, and has written and lectured on FERPA issues. His publication on student record privacy rights (FERPA) is used by university advisors, administrators, and faculty throughout the country.
After Bill earned an advanced degree in tax law (LLM) from the Sturm College of Law at the University of Denver, he has devoted a majority of his practice to representing clients in tax compliance and controversy matters. He has successfully represented over 500 clients with IRS and state tax issues. Bill has also assisted hundreds of business clients in setting up their businesses and in providing a broad array of legal services that include entity formation and document drafting.