Director

Rebecca Sheppard

Bar Admissions

  • District of Columbia
  • U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland
  • U.S. Tax Court
  • Maryland

Background & History

Rebecca helps individuals and businesses work through complex tax compliance issues. Her career as a tax attorney has been dedicated to helping clients gain a sense of control over their financial situation.

Rebecca's previous experience at the Comptroller of Maryland gives her a unique perspective on corporate income tax, motor fuel tax, business license revocation, tax relief, collection issues, appeals, and state and local tax matters.

Rebecca is active in the pro bono community with various local organizations and has been awarded numerous times for her efforts. In 2021, Rebecca received the J. Ronald Shiff Pro Bono Award for her commitment to providing legal services to low-income taxpayers. Her efforts as co-chair have also led to the firm's recognition in 2020 as Law Firm of the Year by the Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service and in 2021 with the Law Firm Pro Bono Service Award by the Pro Bono Resource Center of Maryland.

Rebecca serves as a member of the Maryland State Bar Association’s Tax Committee and Tax Section Council. She actively partners with the Maryland State Bar Association, Maryland Society of Accountants and Tax Professionals, Anne Arundel Bar Association, Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service, and various Chambers of Commerce and has delivered over 100 informative presentations on different tax topics. Since 2019, Rebecca has been recognized by her peers as either a Super Lawyer or Best Lawyer for her work in tax.

When Rebecca is not advocating for her clients, she spends time with her husband and two children in Baltimore City. She loves reading books and was the founder of Frost Law’s book club.

Education

  • University of Baltimore School of Law, Baltimore, Maryland
  • J.D. cum laude – 2011
  • Law Journal: Environmental Law Journal, Staff Editor
  • University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland
  • B.A. – 2006
  • Major: Government and Politics

Speaking engagements

Professional Organizations & Memberships

Awards and Honors

Background & History

Rebecca helps individuals and businesses work through complex tax compliance issues. Her career as a tax attorney has been dedicated to helping clients gain a sense of control over their financial situation.

Rebecca's previous experience at the Comptroller of Maryland gives her a unique perspective on corporate income tax, motor fuel tax, business license revocation, tax relief, collection issues, appeals, and state and local tax matters.

Rebecca is active in the pro bono community with various local organizations and has been awarded numerous times for her efforts. In 2021, Rebecca received the J. Ronald Shiff Pro Bono Award for her commitment to providing legal services to low-income taxpayers. Her efforts as co-chair have also led to the firm's recognition in 2020 as Law Firm of the Year by the Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service and in 2021 with the Law Firm Pro Bono Service Award by the Pro Bono Resource Center of Maryland.

Rebecca serves as a member of the Maryland State Bar Association’s Tax Committee and Tax Section Council. She actively partners with the Maryland State Bar Association, Maryland Society of Accountants and Tax Professionals, Anne Arundel Bar Association, Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service, and various Chambers of Commerce and has delivered over 100 informative presentations on different tax topics. Since 2019, Rebecca has been recognized by her peers as either a Super Lawyer or Best Lawyer for her work in tax.

When Rebecca is not advocating for her clients, she spends time with her husband and two children in Baltimore City. She loves reading books and was the founder of Frost Law’s book club.

Education

  • University of Baltimore School of Law, Baltimore, Maryland
  • J.D. cum laude – 2011
  • Law Journal: Environmental Law Journal, Staff Editor
  • University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland
  • B.A. – 2006
  • Major: Government and Politics

Speaking engagements

Professional Organizations & Memberships

Awards and Honors

Background and History

Rebecca helps individuals and businesses work through complex tax compliance issues. Her career as a tax attorney has been dedicated to helping clients gain a sense of control over their financial situation.

Rebecca's previous experience at the Comptroller of Maryland gives her a unique perspective on corporate income tax, motor fuel tax, business license revocation, tax relief, collection issues, appeals, and state and local tax matters.

Rebecca is active in the pro bono community with various local organizations and has been awarded numerous times for her efforts. In 2021, Rebecca received the J. Ronald Shiff Pro Bono Award for her commitment to providing legal services to low-income taxpayers. Her efforts as co-chair have also led to the firm's recognition in 2020 as Law Firm of the Year by the Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service and in 2021 with the Law Firm Pro Bono Service Award by the Pro Bono Resource Center of Maryland.

Rebecca serves as a member of the Maryland State Bar Association’s Tax Committee and Tax Section Council. She actively partners with the Maryland State Bar Association, Maryland Society of Accountants and Tax Professionals, Anne Arundel Bar Association, Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service, and various Chambers of Commerce and has delivered over 100 informative presentations on different tax topics. Since 2019, Rebecca has been recognized by her peers as either a Super Lawyer or Best Lawyer for her work in tax.

When Rebecca is not advocating for her clients, she spends time with her husband and two children in Baltimore City. She loves reading books and was the founder of Frost Law’s book club.

Past Employment Positions

  • The Comptroller of Maryland, Hearing Officer, 2013 – 2016
  • Amy J. Seifert, P.A., Associate, 2012 – 2013

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Education

  • University of Baltimore School of Law, Baltimore, Maryland
  • J.D. cum laude – 2011
  • Law Journal: Environmental Law Journal, Staff Editor
  • University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland
  • B.A. – 2006
  • Major: Government and Politics

Professional Organizations & Memberships

Awards and Honors

Languages

Background and History

Rebecca helps individuals and businesses work through complex tax compliance issues. Her career as a tax attorney has been dedicated to helping clients gain a sense of control over their financial situation.

Rebecca's previous experience at the Comptroller of Maryland gives her a unique perspective on corporate income tax, motor fuel tax, business license revocation, tax relief, collection issues, appeals, and state and local tax matters.

Rebecca is active in the pro bono community with various local organizations and has been awarded numerous times for her efforts. In 2021, Rebecca received the J. Ronald Shiff Pro Bono Award for her commitment to providing legal services to low-income taxpayers. Her efforts as co-chair have also led to the firm's recognition in 2020 as Law Firm of the Year by the Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service and in 2021 with the Law Firm Pro Bono Service Award by the Pro Bono Resource Center of Maryland.

Rebecca serves as a member of the Maryland State Bar Association’s Tax Committee and Tax Section Council. She actively partners with the Maryland State Bar Association, Maryland Society of Accountants and Tax Professionals, Anne Arundel Bar Association, Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service, and various Chambers of Commerce and has delivered over 100 informative presentations on different tax topics. Since 2019, Rebecca has been recognized by her peers as either a Super Lawyer or Best Lawyer for her work in tax.

When Rebecca is not advocating for her clients, she spends time with her husband and two children in Baltimore City. She loves reading books and was the founder of Frost Law’s book club.

Past Employment Positions

  • The Comptroller of Maryland, Hearing Officer, 2013 – 2016
  • Amy J. Seifert, P.A., Associate, 2012 – 2013

More videos

Education

  • University of Baltimore School of Law, Baltimore, Maryland
  • J.D. cum laude – 2011
  • Law Journal: Environmental Law Journal, Staff Editor
  • University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland
  • B.A. – 2006
  • Major: Government and Politics

Professional Organizations & Memberships

Awards and Honors

Languages

"Outstanding Law Firm! Frost and Associates has been there for me through some hard times with the IRS. Rebecca Sheppard is absolutely amazing! She is professional and super responsive. Leanne Broyles handling another matter for me. She has been wonderful and very informative. I will recommend Frost & Associates to all of my friends and family."

Tina B.

"Rebecca Sheppard did an outstanding job of resolving my MD tax problems. Her knowledge of how the Office of the Comptroller works, good relationships with the employees in the Office of the Comptroller and excellent communication and critical thinking skills helped to solve my tax problems. I was always amazed at how quickly Rebecca responded to emails and phone calls. The many phone conversations with Rebecca helped to reduce the stress. As a result of Rebecca's efforts, I received a substantial refund for two tax years. I finally have peace of mind. I highly recommend Rebecca Sheppard to help resolve MD tax problems."

Frank B.

"Frost and Associates is an excellent law firm. Rebecca, our lawyer has been wonderful! She is patient, professional, and very knowledgeable. In addition, she has a very calming personality that is supportive when dealing with a very stressful issue, taxes! I highly recommend this law firm. You will be very happy you made the call to Frost and Associates. Kathy S."

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