Nationwide Tax Representation Services for Individuals and Businesses | Expert Tax Attorney
In need of professional tax representation services? I offer nationwide coverage, providing comprehensive and effective solutions for individuals and businesses facing tax-related challenges. With extensive knowledge, experience in tax law, and accessibility via remote meetings, I am well-equipped to handle your tax matters, no matter where you are located.
My nationwide tax representation services include:
- Tax Audits: I provide strategic guidance and representation during tax audits conducted by federal tax offices across the country. I’m well-versed in tax audit procedures and can effectively advocate for your rights and interests.
- Tax Controversy: If you find yourself in a tax dispute or controversy, I’ll skillfully represent you before the IRS anywhere in the country, and U.S. Tax Court. I handle complex tax issues, and strive to achieve the best possible outcomes for my clients.
- Tax Debt Relief: I assist individuals and businesses burdened with tax debt, levies, and garnishments, offering solutions such as installment agreements, offers in compromise, and penalty abatements. My goal is to help you alleviate your tax debt and regain financial stability. If you’re struggling with tax debt after divorce, I can help you evaluate whether filing an innocent or injured spouse petition is an option. If you’ve suffered abuse, I offer a compassionate and effective approach to explaining your circumstances safely to the IRS.
- Tax Appeals and Litigation: If you need to challenge a tax assessment or decision, I can guide you through the tax appeals process and represent you in tax litigation. I’ll work with you to create the strongest possible arguments supporting your case.
- IRS Audits | IRS Authority to examine tax returnsWhen it comes to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and its authority to examine tax returns, there is a specific statute within the Internal Revenue Code (IRC) that grants them this power. This statute is Section 7602, titled “Examination of Books and Witnesses.” Section 7602 authorizes the IRS to conduct examinations, and gather relevant information, […]
- IRS Collections | Levies and garnishmentsThe Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has the power to enforce tax collection by seizing assets and garnishing wages. These actions, known as levies and garnishments, are authorized under Section 6331 of the Internal Revenue Code (“IRC”). A “levy” allows the IRS to take possession of a taxpayer’s property, including bank accounts, real estate, vehicles, and […]
- Inability to Pay Tax Debt | Offers in CompromiseThe Internal Revenue Service has the authority to consider and accept an Offer in Compromise (“OIC”) as a means of resolving a taxpayer’s outstanding tax liabilities. This power is derived from the provisions outlined in Section 7122 of the Internal Revenue Code. Section 7122 grants the IRS the discretion to enter into an OIC, which […]
- Tax Debt After Divorce | Innocent Spouse ReliefRelief for tax debt after divorce may be available under Section 6015 of the Internal Revenue Code (“IRC”). Known as “Innocent Spouse Relief,” Section 6015 offers protection to individuals who can demonstrate their “innocence” in the event of erroneous or fraudulent tax return. The statute provides eligible taxpayers with a pathway for severing joint liability […]
- Tax Debt after Marriage | Injured Spouse ReliefInjured Spouse Relief may protect a spouse filing jointly from liability for tax debt the other spouse incurred prior to marriage. When a joint tax return is filed, and one spouse has outstanding tax liabilities incurred prior to the marriage, the IRS may seize the couple’s entire refund to satisfy those debts, even if the […]