Ms. Disparte has extensive experience in civil tax controversy matters involving the IRS, including audits, installment agreements and collection matters, administrative appeals, Tax Court litigation, offshore voluntary disclosures, and offers in compromise. She assists taxpayers by working directly with Quinn to provide solutions to complex tax problems.
Prior to working at Disparte Tax Law, Ms. Disparte practiced in the field of taxation with prominent law firm in San Diego. She has also worked as a manager of research at the International Center for Law and Religion Studies at the J. Reuben Clark Law School. During her first research fellowship with the Center, Ms. Disparte worked in the Office of General Counsel for a world-wide non-profit organization. In her role there, Ms. Disparte drafted legal memoranda on tax procedures in over one hundred countries.
Ms. Disparte was selected by the United States Department of State to work in the legal department in the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor in Washington, D.C., where she was an integral part of the team which produced the Annual Report to Congress on International Religious Freedom.
Ms. Disparte received her Juris Doctor in 2008 from Brigham Young University where she served as an editor for the International Law and Management Review. She also worked closely with Professors W. Cole Durham and Brett G. Scharffs as the Coordinating Editor in the publication of a Wolters Kluwer casebook, and also co-authored an article with Professor Brett G. Scharffs published in the Journal of Law & Family Studies. Ms. Disparte graduated with honors from Brigham Young University with a B.A. in Music Dance Theatre.
- Federal IRS Tax Controversy
- International Tax
Admitted to Practice
- Utah State Bar
- Not currently admitted to the State Bar of California