Kacie Czapla, Business planning, tax planning and estate planning attorney in Tyler -TX - TLC Law, PLLC

Business Planning and Tax Planning Attorney Elected as Fellow of Texas Bar Foundation

Business Planning and Tax Planning Attorney Elected as Fellow of Texas Bar Foundation

Annually, just one-third of 1% of State Bar members are invited to become fellows. Once nominees are picked, they must be elected by the Foundation’s Board of Trustees.

Tyler TX: TLC Law, PLLC is proud to announce that attorney Kacie Czapla has been elected as a Fellow of the Texas Bar Foundation. Kacie Czapla has extensive education and work experience in business planning, tax planning, and estate planning. Fellows are nominated for exceptional professional achievements and demonstrated commitment to improving the Texas justice system.

The Texas Bar Foundation is the largest charitably funded bar foundation in the United States. It has contributed more than $29 million to projects focused on protecting justice and providing opportunities. Fellows, Life Fellows, and Sustaining Life Fellows pledge to support the Foundation in its endeavors.

TLC Law was created to focus on family law and criminal law. Kacie joined the firm to add tax planning, business planning, estate planning, and related practice areas to the firm’s offerings. These practice areas require tedious interpretation of the ever-changing federal and state governing laws, careful planning of all aspects of a transaction or controversy, and due consideration for the tax, and other general financial or business implications.

Kacie is an advocate for small business and assists taxpayers in their pursuit to pay the state and federal governments their just share, but nothing more.

“It is an honor to be invited as a fellow by my peers, but the larger honor is having the ability to make a difference in East Texas. Fellows of the State Bar Foundation direct the usage of donations, making fellows uniquely situated to aid Texas communities,” said Kacie when asked about the invitation.

Kacie Czapla, Business planning, tax planning and estate planning attorney in Tyler -TX - TLC Law, PLLC

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Kacie’s experience includes practicing as a tax attorney for eleven years in Texas. Before TLC Law, Kacie began her career in Mergers and Acquisitions at PricewaterhouseCoopers in Houston. In the last eleven years, she has gained invaluable experience as a tax and business planner for all types of businesses—from small, one-man practices to the large, multi-national Exxon types. It is this experience that has laid the cornerstone for TLC Law in the practice areas of tax and business planning. Kacie is also a CPA and holds a Masters in tax law (LL.M) from the University of Florida. In addition to law practice, her experience includes teaching as a professor at Stephen F Austin State University and UT Tyler.

Kacie is involved in the East Texas community. She is a professor at Tyler Junior College and is a regular presenter at local professional associations. She is on the board at her church, Pollard United Methodist Church, and has volunteered with the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Clinics at Path in Tyler and Goodwill in Nacogdoches. In 2020 she taught military tax to the soldiers in Fort Hood as part of the State Bar of Texas Tax Section Adopt-a-base program.

About the Firm:

TLC Law, PLLC of Tyler TX offers practice areas related to protecting families, rights, and assets. The practice areas include tax and business planning, estate planning, family law counsel, and criminal defense services. Tax attorney Kacie Czapla provides comprehensive tax and business services. She also assists her partner and husband, Ty with asset divisions in divorces.





Contact Info:
Name: Kacie Czapla
Firm: TLC Law, PLLC
Address: 112 E Line St Ste 302, Tyler, TX 75702
Phone: (903) 871-1714
Email: [email protected]




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