Our Lawyers Serve Central Maryland – DC Columbia Baltimore Annapolis

The Bankruptcy and Tax Law Center represents taxpayers with financial and tax problems in Maryland, including DC, Columbia, Annapolis, and Baltimore.  As advocates, we have dedicated our legal careers to wiping out debt and solving your tax problems.  Our DC Columbia Annapolis Baltimore regional attorneys uphold a high standard of professional excellence, using our advanced legal degrees (Masters of Law in Taxation), skill, and experience to improve our clients’ lives.  We advocate aggressively using the full power of the law to resolve our clients’ situations.  We first started solving financial and tax problems in 1992.  As attorneys, former business owners, and individuals with families, we understand how financial and tax problems can make your life a nightmare.  We do more than apply effective and high standards of legal practice; we strive to improve your life by relieving stress and giving you a fresh start.

Take the first step that will give you a better future.  Contact us today for a free and confidential tax analysis by calling toll-free 1-800-TAX(829)-6183 or complete our Contact Form.


Murray SingermanMurray Singerman, JD, LLM

With 25 year’s legal and business experience, Murray Singerman is a Maryland bankruptcy and tax lawyer who brings to the practice of law advanced tax law training (Masters of Law in Taxation), experience as an aggressive advocate, and skill in tough negotiations.  He serves clients from the DC, Columbia, Annapolis, and Baltimore areas.  For Mr. Singerman, the practice of law is an opportunity to improve the lives of his clients.  As the former CEO of a temporary staffing firm, a marketing executive for an R&D firm, and the principal of the Bankruptcy and Tax Law Center, Mr. Singerman understands the challenges of running a business and what life places before us.  The legal strategies and solutions Mr. Singerman crafts reflect this understanding and the desire to give his clients a fresh start and a better future.



  • JD – University of Baltimore 1992 / cum laude
  • LLM in Taxation – University of Baltimore 1995
  • MA – New York University 1984
  • Ordination – Yeshiva University – 1986
  • BA – Yeshiva University – 1980 / magna cum laude

Bar Admission

  • Maryland
  • S. Tax Court
  • United States District Court for the District of Maryland
  • United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Maryland


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Additional Information

  • Member, Maryland State Bar Association
  • Member, Howard County Bar Association
  • Member, The American Bar Association (Section on Tax, Bankruptcy)

10420 Little Patuxent Parkway
Suite 495
Columbia, MD 21044