About our Firm
The firm was formed in 1973 as Lentz, Evans and King P.C. The founding members previously practiced in the tax department of a large Denver law firm. Since its inception, the firm’s practice has concentrated in tax and tax related matters. The firm’s current and retired members are or were active in the tax bar and the tax community. Six of the firm’s members served as chair of the Tax Section of the Colorado Bar Association. Several members served as committee chairs and in other capacities for the Tax Section of the American Bar Association. A retired member serves as a judge on the United States Tax Court. The firm’s members are frequent lecturers and authors on tax and other legal matters and one of the firm’s members is a long-time adjunct professor at the University of Denver College of Law and graduate tax program. Each member of the firm either holds an LLM in taxation or is licensed as a CPA.
Richard Robinson joined the firm in 1980 and Fred Diss joined in 1986. The firm changed its name to Robinson and Diss, P.C. in 2004. The name was changed again in 2008 to Robinson, Diss and Clowdus, P.C. when Pat Clowdus joined the firm. Justin Mills joined the firm in 2005 and was admitted as a shareholder in 2014.
The firm continues to focus on tax and tax related matters, including business and individual income tax planning, taxation of business transactions, estate planning and qualified retirement plans. Related areas of practice include formation and restructuring of closely held businesses, including family partnerships, estate administration and probate, including conservatorships and guardianship proceedings, executive compensation and employee benefits, and medical practice representation, including practice formation and governance, joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions.