Whitney L. Sorrell, Jr. is the founder, owner, and sole practitioner at Sorrell Law Firm, PLC. Whitney practices law in the areas of federal taxation, sophisticated estate planning, probate and trust administration, IRS tax disputes , business formations and transactions. Whitney received his bachelors degree in Bank Financial Management in 1987 from Arizona State University; his MBA (summa cum laude) in 1995 from the University of Phoenix; and graduated from the Arizona State University College of Law in 1998. He has been a certified public account (CPA) in Arizona since 1993. He is admitted to practice in all Arizona State Courts, the Federal District Court, District of Arizona, and the US Tax Court.
During law school, Whitney served as the Articles Editor for the ASU Law Journal, clerked for the Office of the Attorney General, Tax Section, and worked as a City Prosecutor through the ASU Law Clinic Program. Whitney is a national lecturer to CPAs and attorneys on effective multi-generational IRA planning, sophisticated designs for estate planning, income tax planning, business formations and asset protection issues. He has authored ten published articles in the Journal of Arizona Taxation for which he was named a life member to the National Registry of Who’s Who. Prior to law school, Mr. Sorrell worked five years as a Revenue Agent for the United States Treasury, Department of Internal Revenue (IRS). While at the IRS, he received special training as an expert witness, and for conducting fraud and employment tax audits. He received IRS outstanding performance awards, and in 1995 taught negotiating skills, interviewing and forensic audit courses to other Revenue Agents.