Orlando Tax Law Attorney
Orange County Tax Disputes Lawyer
Because of our extensive experience handling tax matters, we know that the laws and regulations are constantly changing. We work hard to stay current with all developments in the law, regularly attending continuing legal education programs so that we can fully protect your rights.
We take a results-oriented approach, combining legal skill, knowledge and experience with a genuine understanding of your needs and concerns. We will take the time to listen carefully, so that we can anticipate all potential issues and clearly identify your options. We work hard to be accessible and available, trying whenever possible to answer our own phones.
Our Tax Law Practice
We provide comprehensive counsel in a wide range of tax law matters, representing individuals as well as partnerships, corporations and limited liability companies (LLCs). We will help you resolve almost any type of tax matter, including:
- State and local tax disputes — We handle issues involving income, property or sales tax, as well as tax appeals. We will represent you before the Florida Department of Revenue.
- Federal estate and gift tax law — We can help you resolve any controversies involving tax on lifetime gifts or on assets passing through an estate.
- Federal income tax issues — We will be your advocate with the Internal Revenue Service, representing you in disputes over income, credits or deductions, as well as collections efforts. We also appear in U.S. Tax Court on behalf of our clients. We will work at all times to help you minimize or avoid penalties and interest, and prevent a levy on your property. If you have already been assessed penalties, we will work with the IRS to try to reduce or get rid of them.
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