Danielle K. Dryden, Esq.
Owner & Resolution Specialist
Portland State University, 2007-- BS Psychology
University of Denver, 2010-- MA Forensic Psychology
Florida Coastal School of Law, 2012-- JD
United States Tax Court
People often ask why I chose to become a tax attorney. The truth is, tax found me. I began working for a large tax resolution company after being sworn into the bar. My plan was for this position to be temporary while I looked for other things. The temporary plan became more permanent and two years later I was still there and was really loving what I did. I was able to use my knowledge and skill to get people through a difficult time in their lives and ease their financial burden. I love the technicality of tax law and the challenge that brings. Every case is very different from the one before it and requires a great deal of "outside the box" thinking. I enjoy helping my clients resolve their IRS problems and providing them the knowledge and tools to stay compliant moving forward.
Why Dryden Tax Resolution?
I started this business because I wanted to be able to provide a more one-on-one experience for my clients. When I was working at the resolution company, I often had incredibly high caseloads that made it impossible to ensure each of my clients was getting the service that they deserved and that they paid for.
One of the most common complaints I hear about the big resolution companies is that clients never know who is handling their case. High volume and a constant turnover of staff means that cases are shuffled around the office. This is frustrating for the client and causes delays in getting the case resolved.
As a boutique resolution firm, I am able to provide the one-on-one assistance to my clients like I wanted. You'll work with me directly from start to finish with no high pressure sales people or inexperienced case managers. You'll always know who you need to speak to about your case and it will be resolved as quickly and efficiently as possible.
My goal is to reduce your financial stress. Let me worry about the IRS so you can focus on what's important-- your family and your business.