“I will Fight The IRS For You!”
- What are your qualifications for solving my tax problem?
- Why Should I Hire a Lawyer Instead of Anyone Else?
- Only a lawyer can tell you what all your options are because solving tax problems requires knowledge of tax law, as well as administrative law, IRS procedural law, bankruptcy law and family law (because some spouses are not liable for the other spouse’s tax debt). Only a lawyer can advise you on all areas of law that are important to solving IRS and state tax problems. Lawyers have an ethical duty to serve your best interests. Lawyers are accountable to you and the state bar association.
- Face it, tax problems are legal problems and solving them is much more than simply filling out forms which is all the big advertisers do. Think about it, how can the big advertisers afford to pay tens of thousands of dollars to do all that TV advertising? Easy, they hire low-level people with little or no training and offer poor service for big bucks.
- Also, it could be very dangerous for you to speak to anyone other than a lawyer because only your conversations with a lawyer are fully protected by the “attorney-client privilege”, and can never be used against you in a criminal case. If you admit something harmful about yourself to a nonlawyer, the government can find out about it and use it against you in court.
- The IRS is now threatening criminal action for not filing tax returns and for understating your income. I have several clients who are being investigated for tax crimes. One client is 70 years old and his estranged wife turned him in for violating a court order. It seems that he used the US Mail to hide several million dollars in bonds, contrary to a court order. Now he is charged with tax fraud and mail fraud!
- But the good news is, if you begin to correct your tax problems before the IRS begins investigating you, you may be able to avoid criminal penalties. So you need to take action now and not delay.
- It is more important than ever that you have competent legal advice about your tax problems. The IRS has increased its collection action by ten times at least. I am seeing more wage and bank levies than I have ever seen. I am seeing audits of “little” guys that I’ve never seen before. The IRS thinks that if they go after the little guys, the big guys will get real scared. That is why you need someone who is as aggressive as they are and who won’t roll over when the IRS tries to push you around! Non-lawyers don’t know how to be aggressive, they don’t have the training or experience to stand up to the IRS.
Before you hire anyone to solve your tax problems, ask these questions
- How much experience do you have representing taxpayers before the IRS and what was its nature?
Don’t use anyone with less than 5 years experience in the areas of audit, appeals, and collections.I have over 20 years of experience in all these areas and more for defense against the IRS.
- What is your classification in part II of Form 2848? – It should be an “A”. If it is “C” through “H”, you are dealing with a very low-level person.
- What is Form 8275 and when should it be filed? – It can save you from being audited.
- What is Form 9465 and how can it help me? – It can prevent the IRS from seizing your bank account or garnishing your wages.
- What is Form 1127? – It can save you from incurring penalties when you can’t pay your taxes.