Our People

Farzaneh Savoji

Los Angeles
(310) 400.0110




General Corporate/Transactional
Tax Planning
Tax Controversy
Tax Resolution
Blockchain Technology & Digital Currency


The Exchange - Executive Committee Member, Century City Chapter, November 2016 - Present
LA LGBT Center, Young Professional Council, Executive Committee Member, March 2016 - Present Co-chair Professional Development, September 2017 - Present Century City Chamber of Commerce, Business Women's Council Member, September 2017 - Present
State Bar of California Tax Procedure and Litigation Committee Member, May 2013 – Present Beverly Hills Bar Association Taxation Section Tax Committee Secretary, April 2013 - July 2016
California Minority Counsel Program Co-chair, March 2014 – January 2015
E-Newsletter Committee Member & Coordinator, May 2011 - March 2014


LL.M, Taxation, Loyola Law School

J.D., Golden Gate University School of Law

B.A., Philosophy, University of California, Los Angeles





Ms. Savoji is a tax and general corporate counsel at CKR Law LLP. She assists individuals and businesses in tax planning and controversies.

She represents taxpayers before the Internal Revenue Service, Franchise Tax Board and Board of Equalization in matters of income, corporate and sales taxes. Ms. Savoji previously directed a pro bono tax clinic at Pacific Asian Consortium of Employment, guiding low-income taxpayers with their tax matters.

Ms. Savoji also advises businesses and non-profit organizations on entity structures and corporate governance appropriate for their mission and size. She gives her clients individual assistance with tax planning for business formation, adoption of bylaws, and plan of liquidation.  She supplies clients with tailor-made business agreements including operating agreements, redemption agreements, buy-sell agreements and security agreements, amongst others and serves as general corporate counsel.

Prior to her legal career, Ms. Savoji was a co-owner of a 2-branch dance studio which also produced, marketed, and distributed instructional DVDs worldwide.  Occasionally, she taught beginner’s salsa and Argentine tango.

Publications and Presentations

The Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program: A Brief History and Overview of the Complexities Involved in Disclosing Foreign Assets. Tax Procedure & Litigation Newsletter, California State Bar, November 2013

California Minority Counsel Program Newsletter, May 2013

JD Supra Law News, April 2013

Foreclosure Crisis Leading to Lawsuits Against Mortgage Electronic Registration System, Inc. California Minority Counsel Program Newsletter, August 2011