Dealing with the IRS may land you in court for various reasons:
You had a Collection Due Process Hearing after a levy or lien threat and were issued a Notice of Determination that was not in your favor. IRS gives you 30 days to appeal this determination to U.S. Tax Court. Failing to submit a Petition to Tax Court can result in your bank account or paycheck being levied. What do you do now?
You had a tax audit and were issued an Examination Report showing you owe tax, penalties and interest. IRS gives you 10 days to accept their findings. If you don't agree, IRS will issue a Notice of Deficiency for the tax, penalties and interest the auditor assed you. IRS gives you 90 days to file in U.S. Tax Court disputing the audit findings. If you fail to file the petition, IRS assumes the audit was correct and you now owe the amounts assessed against you. IRS then starts the collection process. What do you do now?
IRS and CID (Criminal Investigation Division) opened a case against and now you're threatened with arrest and prosecution. What do you do now?
Our attorneys have over 50 years combined experience in dealing with the IRS and US courts. We can represent you for litigation in United States District Courts, U.S. Tax Court and the United States Claims Court when you have tax problems and disputes or in criminal cases. If necessary, represent you on the appeal of those cases to higher Courts, including the United States Supreme Court.
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