I know it is difficult, but imagine for a moment a lawyer that has common sense. With David D L Horton,
Esq., EA, you will find that this is actually possible.
David D L Horton, Esq., EA, has experience that is not
limited to that of just being an attorney. David has also had experience as a member of the real world:
over the years, David has dealt with legal, tax and business matters on a personal level and as a legal
and tax professional.
David's real-world experience consists of being a founder and owner of many businesses related to real
estate development, construction and the banking industry; and over the years David's professional
experience has ranged from handling simple federal tax issues to international tax issues and from
simple unjust enrichment claims to complex contract, federal claims and trademark cases. Equally as
important is that David has relied, and continues to rely, on the counsel he obtains from seasoned and
experienced legal professionals who act as his mentors.
Because of David's approach and because of his experience, when you meet David, instead of
wondering why your attorney seems to have no common sense, you will wonder why you have not
sought David's counsel before. Yes, David's approach to providing legal services is different than many.
Often, David believes that legal action may not be your best option and may counsel a client to first try less expensive
David's approach in handling matters of his individual and corporate clients is based upon his general
philosophy and approach in handling his own matters. David understands the importance of family and
the family unit and the importance of keeping its members strong, close, prepared and protected. David
applies this same approach while providing services to his individual and corporate clients.
David is licensed by the U.S. Department of Treasury as an Enrolled Agent and can represent you before
the IRS in any jurisdiction here or abroad; and, David is admitted to practice in the following courts:
U.S. Court of Federal Claims
U.S. Court of International Trade
U.S. Federal Court of Appeals
U.S. Tax Court
U.S. Maritime Commission
U.S. Federal District Court
U.S. Bankruptcy Court
California Superior Court