Cave Creek Legal Services by Silver Law, PLC
The beautiful town of Cave Creek, north of Phoenix at the foothills of the Black Mountains, has managed to preserve its Wild West Charm for over a century. Even though its many saloons, Western stores and rodeos are reminiscent of the days of the “Old Wild West”, the town itself is no stranger to the fast pace of modern life. However, even a saloon owner has to pay taxes and working with a competent tax attorney is always a great idea. Every Arizona tax lawyer at Silver Law PLC is a former employee of the IRS and thus has intimate and extensive knowledge of the workings of the IRS. In fact, working with a tax attorney can prevent problems with the IRS from ever arising.
Ideally you will never be involved in a dispute with a tax authority, but if you are, you can rely on the competent legal representation of Silver Law. Our past employment with the IRS makes us uniquely qualified to handle every aspect of your tax litigation. Regardless if you are facing civil or even criminal tax charges, our Cave Creek Tax Litigation Lawyers have experience with tax audits or courtroom presentation and have handled tax claims in Arizona’s state and federal courts and even the U.S. Supreme Court. We have more than 80 years of combined tax law and litigation experience. Be assured your Cave Creek tax
Tax Audit Representation
Your unfiled Cave Creek tax return or omitted income source might cause an audit notice from the IRS to appear in your mailbox. Silver Law’s tax lawyers all were previously employed with the IRS and can handle your tax audit representation from the beginning to the end. We know exactly what the IRS is looking for. We work with Cave Creek clients at all stages of an audit. Silver Law provides quality tax audit representation for businesses and individuals with local and state agencies as well as the IRS. For the best possible outcome contact us as soon as you receive notice of a pending audit; but it is never too late for us to help your case.
Innocent Spouse Relief
If you filed a joint tax return with your spouse or ex-spouse and were unaware of omitted income or discrepancies on the return, you may be entitled to innocent spouse relief. The Silver Law PLC tax attorneys know that the IRS is looking for when granting innocent spouse relief. Our comprehensive understanding of the tax law and its application makes us especially qualified to work with your on obtaining innocent spouse relief. It is essential to contact us as soon as you receive notice from the IRS so we can get your paperwork started as soon as possible. We will work closely with you to mitigate or eliminate any fines you might otherwise be liable for.
Ken S. – Cave Creek
“If you have any kind of Tax issue and don’t go here you are making a mistake. Extremely professional, caring, and very well done.”
Dustin V. – Cave Creek
“Always a quick response to emails and phone calls! Silver Law is a great company and would recommend them to anyone.”
If you are facing a tax claim or even criminal charges, we can help. Our extensive experience in tax litigation as well as civil and criminal tax litigation experience ensures that you will receive the best IRS tax help and tax litigation representation possible. Finding a Cave Creek tax attorney familiar with audit and appeals experience is especially important as many civil tax disputes are settled at audit or appeals office level, we can help you to maximize your chance of an early settlement.
Additionally, we can also assist our clients in tax collection matters such as Offer in Compromise, Installment Agreements, Tax Levies and Liens, Employment Taxes, and Trust Fund Recovery Penalties.
Contact us today if you find yourself in need of competent tax litigation and claims representation in Cave Creek and surrounding areas. You can reach us at 480-429-3360 between 9 am and 5 pm. Evening and weekend meetings are available by appointment.
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