Susan practices tax law in the Corporate & Securities section of the Houston office. Susan has the proven ability to quickly understand sophisticated tax scenarios, the underlying nuances and weak areas, and craft persuasive advocacy positions, and implement them to win cases. Susan represents corporations, partnerships, high wealth individuals and estates before the Internal Revenue Service in Examination, Appeals, penalty and collections proceedings. Clients include large to mid-sized locally owned businesses, hospitals and other large non-profits, as well as Fortune 100 companies.
Susan represents a variety of tax-exempt, charitable organizations, including private foundations and public charities. She has practiced tax law in multiple sophisticated environments, providing her with a breadth of experience that allows her to best serve her clients’ needs.
In addition to her tax practice, Susan regularly drafts surrogacy agreements, embryo, egg and sperm donation agreements on behalf of prospective intended parents, gestational carriers and egg donors. She is equipped to handle the court process to declare intended parents as legal parents of a child. She works with all persons, including LGBTQ, seeking to form families.
Prior to joining Munsch Hardt, Susan served as in-house at a large oil and gas company. She currently serves as Mayor of West University Place, which has provided her with numerous quality contacts within the city and with other legislative bodies.