Sat Nam Khalsa's mission is centered on service: he is dedicated to helping clients resolve difficult problems with excellence and integrity. His clients include individuals, families, small businesses, and nonprofits. Sat Nam Khalsa practices tax and business law, estate planning and probate, and non-adversarial family law. In his tax practice, Sat Nam represents individuals and organizations seeking to resolve tax controversies with the IRS and state and local tax authorities. He also represents clients litigating tax disputes in Federal and State courts. Sat Nam’s work for business clients, nonprofits and tax-exempt organizations includes advice related to entity formation and Federal tax status, contracts, worker classification, corporate policies and governance, entity restructurings, and ongoing compliance with Federal entities. Sat Nam also offers clients estate planning and probate law, enabling his clients’ goals to manifest as intended. He has the skill and knowledge to help design an estate plan that serves the client’s needs, as well as navigate through the probate process. As a lawyer committed to helping clients resolve conflict in the best way possible, Sat Nam also offers services in non-adversarial family law: divorce mediation and collaborative divorce. Both processes give couples a framework to resolve issues according to their own values and needs and are effective alternatives for couples seeking to divorce in a non-adversarial setting. Sat Nam's service experience began in law school, where he served as Executive Articles Editor of the Georgetown Journal of Modern Critical Race Perspectives. He is an active member of the DC and Virginia Bars and of the Taxation Section of the American Bar Association. Sat Nam also maintains an active pro bono practice and volunteers regularly at the DC Superior Court’s Family Court Self-Help Center, and the DC Bar Pro Bono Program’s Probate Resource Center.