Cindy Pridgen, CPA

My previous in-house corporate tax experience helps me understand each client’s goals and challenges from their perspective and enables me to design tailored strategies that can be implemented effectively at the company level to maximize their tax savings.

Cindy Pridgen assists domestic and international companies, small businesses and high-net-worth individuals with a wide variety of tax and governance matters, including maximizing tax efficiency in commercial and private equity transactions, entity structuring, tax planning, resolving federal and state tax controversies and advising on day-to-day tax and business issues. She helps clients across a number of industries, ranging from real estate and energy to healthcare, construction and many more.

A licensed CPA, Cindy brings nearly a decade of in-house corporate tax experience to her private legal practice, including previous roles as a tax professional for two global energy companies and a large real estate development, investment and management firm. She handled a broad range of corporate tax matters, including assisting with financial statement preparation, implementing new tax policies, analyzing tax issues related to commercial transactions and serving as the point of contact for federal, state and local tax audits.

Thought Leadership / News
May 20, 2021 
 Speeches and Presentations
An Update on the PPP Program, Employee Retention Credit and Other COVID-19 Legislation

Texas Society of CPAs - Houston

March 25, 2021 
 Speeches and Presentations
Recent Developments in Delaware M&A Case Law and NASDAQ Proposed Developments

Continuing Legal Education

Organizational Involvement

Professional Involvement, Memberships & Affiliations

  • Houston Bar Association

Community Involvement, Memberships & Affiliations

  • Volunteer, K9 Angels
  • Volunteer, Small Steps
  • LL.M. in Taxation, University of Houston Law Center (2020)
  • J.D., South Texas College of Law Houston (2007)
  • B.A., Trinity University (2004)
Bar Admission
  • Texas
Court Admissions
  • United States Tax Court (2020)
  • United States District Court, Southern District of Texas (2021)