Residents and non-residents should look for the help of a tax lawyer in order to make sure that they are compliant with current tax legislation. This will provide them with peace of mind and make sure that they are not taking unnecessary tax risks.
Before listing the benefits of contracting a tax attorney it’s important to define what a tax attorney is and what services they offer.
What Does a Tax Lawyer Do?
A tax lawyer, also called a tax attorney, has expertise in the complicated and often-changing world of taxes and its legal framework.
Tax lawyers do research, conduct interviews and investigations and explain complicated local, state and federal tax laws to their clients.
In our case, our legal premium services are:
- Analyzing your individual tax situation.
- Advise on any necessary change in order to be tax compliant but also tax efficient.
- Assist with tax inspections
- Preparing and filing tax returns for individuals and companies
When Do You Need a Tax Attorney?
Interacting with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is a fact of life, and no matter how hard you prepare, these interactions can be complicated and stressful.
While there are some tax problems that you can certainly handle on your own, there are many situations in which you should consider hiring a tax attorney.
Here are some reasons you might need a tax attorney to make sure your tax dealings are quick, easy, and effective:
- Start, buy or sell a business
- Inheritance planning
- Tax-related court cases
- IRS negotiations and audits
How You Can Benefit from Tax Attorney Services
Without a detailed knowledge of the legal system or legal training, you are at a great disadvantage. Presenting yourself to the IRS without an lawyer attorney is like defending yourself in a criminal trial.
Not getting professional tax help can be expensive. To get the tax relief you need, you must take advantage of the specialized knowledge that only an income tax attorney can provide.
Even if you are unable to pay your back taxes or have years of back taxes not filed, an attorney can help you settle your debt with the IRS by increasing your chances of resolving your back taxes and helping you qualify for some collection alternative.
Need Help With a Tax Issue? Contact Us
If you have any questions or concerns about an outstanding tax debt or any other tax matters, please contact our experienced tax lawyers.
Our skilled attorneys have experience working with the IRS to resolve tax issues and protect taxpayers’ rights.
Schedule your consultation calling us or completing our brief contact form.