Ahwatukee Tax Lawyer
Trusted Tax Lawyer Helping Ahwatukee Residents and BusinessesWhen you’re having trouble with the IRS, the stakes are too high to try to handle the matter on your own or to hire just any attorney that you stumble across on Google. You need a trusted, experienced Arizona tax lawyer who knows the law inside and out and who can help you protect your rights and minimize your risks. The Ahwatukee tax lawyers at Silver Law PLC have more than 80 years of combined experience, and we have been helping both individual and business clients throughout the Greater Phoenix Area for many years. Our attorneys have worked on behalf of clients, as well as for the Internal Revenue Service as prosecutors, so they have a unique understanding of how to defend cases to get the best results.
Ahwatukee Tax Collection LawyerSome of the most common tax issues our clients face are collections. You might not have had the money to pay what you owe and you didn’t know that you could file for an extension or get a payment plan. Or maybe you dispute that you owe the money for some reason, but collections have begun. An Ahwatukee tax lawyer from our team can represent you during the collections and help you get a settlement or a payment plan. In some cases, your attorney may be able to get the debt reduced or forgiven. Where that’s not possible, your attorney will attempt to work out a payment plan that is affordable for you and to save your property from lien or seizure.
Audit RepresentationTax audits can happen to anyone. When you get that notice, the most important thing you can do is call an experienced tax lawyer to represent you during the process. There are too many things you could say or do to jeopardize your audit and put you at risk of fines or other penalties. Your tax audit lawyer will guide you to know what information to provide and when, what to say and when, and how to handle the entire process so that your tax liability is minimized. Your attorney can also represent you on appeal if the audit does not turn out in your favor.
Innocent Spouse ReliefMarriage means you share everything – including your tax responsibility. Yet your spouse may have hid assets from you or committed some kind of fraud without your knowledge. Should you be responsibility for the penalties as a result? We don’t think so. Our Ahwatukee tax lawyers will help you apply and qualify for innocent spouse relief so that you are not held liable. You must meet specific criteria to qualify for this relief, so it is essential that you work with an experience attorney who knows the law surrounding this issue.
Foreign Tax ReportingOur attorneys will help you understand your tax reporting responsibilities if you own a business overseas, have property in another country, or have investments or bank accounts on foreign soil. Just because these assets are not in the United States doesn’t mean that you don’t have to pay taxes on them. Failing to properly report these assets and to pay the appropriate taxes can result in serious fines and penalties. We’ll help you stay on the right side of the law while also minimizing your tax liability.
Tax LitigationTax litigation can involve anything from challenging your individual tax liability to disputing your foreign business holdings. We represent individual and business clients involved in all types of tax litigation in Ahwatukee. Our attorneys are skilled tax litigators who have years of experience on both sides of the aisle, and they are ready to put that experience to work to fight for you.
I Highly Recommend Them!
Daniel V. – Tempe
“Jason worked diligently on my case over the span of two years. He finally got it resolved and I was very pleased with the outcome.”
Helped With My IRS Audit!
Steven D. – Ahwatukee
“From the start, Jason calmly walked me through what needed to be done, handled all communication with the IRS, and always immediately answered any question I had via e-mail. ”
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