Stanley H. Block is a unique law professional working in IRS representation and tax problem resolution. Our firm has over 100 years of combined experience in dealing with the IRS and their collection process. Your tax situation will be thoroughly analyzed by our team that includes a tax attorney and tax professionals, and together we will decide the best course of action to help solve your IRS problems – FOR GOOD!


Stanley H. Block, P.A.


I honorably served in the United States Coast Guard during the Korean conflict. As a Communications Transmitter, I attained the rank of 2nd class Petty Officer. I was the recipient of the Korean National Defense Medal, Good Conduct Medal and Expert Rifleman’s Medal. I was discharged with honor in 1955.


Graduated from Baltimore City College and attended University of Maryland in 1955; in 1959 I entered into the Mount Vernon School of Law. In 1961 I graduated from Eastern College of Commerce & Law in the top 10% of my class, shortly thereafter passed the Bar Exam in the uppermost percentage of all candidates.


While attending college, and pursuant to my law degree, I gained valuable background toward my chosen profession by doing title abstraction for the Maryland Title Company. During the completion of my final years of law school, I gathered further background for my ultimate career as an Attorney by working as a claims adjustor for the Maryland Casualty Insurance Company. I passed the Bar Exam in 1961 and have been practicing law in Baltimore City and its surrounding counties for over 50 years. I am a proud member of American Legion Parkville Post 183.

I was President of the Twin District Democratic Club. While attending Mount Vernon School of Law, I was the Secretary of my Law Fraternity. Currently I am a member of the Baltimore City Bar and the Maryland Trial Lawyers Association. I am admitted to practice before the Superior Bench of Baltimore City, the Court of Appeals of Maryland, the U.S. District Court and Court of Appeals of Maryland, The U.S. Tax Court and the Supreme Court of the United States of America. I have been specially trained for IRS Tax Resolution by the American Society of Tax Problem Solvers. I am currently rated A+ by the Better Business Bureau.

I was recently honored by the Bar Association of Baltimore City, which paid tribute to its members which have been admitted to the practice of law for 50 years. Other 50 year honorees are Peter G. Angelos, Herbert J. Belgrad, Robert J. Carson, Benjamin R. Civiletti, Donald Daneman, David Freishtat, Seymour R. Goldstein, Calvin I. Hamburger, Hon. Joseph H. H. Kaplan, Paul R. Kramer, Richard Kupfer, Soloman Reddick, Paul M. Rosenberg, Wilbert H. Sirota and Larry Wolf.


I enjoy golfing, swimming and Ballroom dancing. I was the President of my college fraternity, Phi Alpha; president of my high school fraternity, SAR; and president of a social club, Associates, LTD.


It is my objective to continue to work in the field of Taxation and for me to rise to the highest potential of my profession, and thereby aid my community, country and family. I have long felt that our judicial system is the very essence of the American way of life. Men, who are assigned the arduous task of deciding the fate of human beings, are for the most part, the very bedrock of our society. It is to this end that my life’s objectives are slanted, and to this end I work with the knowledge that our culture has prospered and grown, through and because of our judicial system. It is, therefore, my firm conviction that there is not a more noble or rewarding profession than that of having an active part in our judicial system.