At Silver Law, you will find a team of expert Denver criminal tax defense attorneys with over 100 combined years of experience and knowledge. We represent individuals and businesses who are facing tax fraud charges from the IRS, and are capable of defending your rights in both local and national courts.
Professional Denver Criminal Tax Law Firm
Each of our Denver criminal tax lawyers at Silver Law PLC brings personal experience as a former IRS lawyer into our current work. This allows us a unique edge as we know exactly what the IRS is looking for and how to defend against it. Let us use our knowledge and expertise to your advantage.
Our Lawyers Can Defend You Against The Following Criminal Tax Charges
Our legal team at Silver is equipped with the tools and resources necessary to provide aggressive, thorough representation for your rights. As skilled Denver tax defense lawyers, we can defend against a variety of charges including:
Allegations Of Criminal Tax Fraud
Criminal tax fraud is considered a very serious offense in Colorado. Let our skilled Denver tax defense attorneys at Silver Law protect your rights and defend you against these charges at both a local and national level.
Criminal Tax Evasion Charges
Allegations of criminal tax evasion, asset concealment, underpayment, non-payment, or tax avoidance can be difficult to defend against, but our reputable Denver criminal tax fraud lawyers at Silver Law are prepared to protect your rights and build a strategic defense.
Failure To File A Tax Return Accusations
If you or your business has been accused of failure to file a tax return and you are unsure what to do next, consult with our Denver tax return attorneys at Silver Law, PLC for legal guidance.
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Criminal Tax Case Representation From Former IRS Lawyers
No matter what type of tax fraud allegations you are facing, Silver Law provides the best legal education and guidance for defending your case and clearing your name. As former Denver IRS lawyers, we know tax law like no other and will use that expertise to fight for an optimal outcome in your case.
Avoid Tax Evasion Penalties With Our Criminal Tax Attorneys
You can trust our Denver tax evasion defense attorneys at Silver Law to take your tax evasion charges as seriously as you do. Schedule your free initial consultation today and start planning for the resolution you deserve!
Preeminent Law Firm On Tax Fraud Resolutions
With five-star ratings across the web and the AVVO Preeminent Rating for demonstrating a consistently high level of professionalism and integrity, our tax defense lawyers at Silver Law are the #1 choice for anyone in a tax fraud dispute.
Criminal Tax Litigation Against IRS Disputes
If you have found yourself in a dispute with the IRS and need guidance, contact Silver Law right away for your free consultation. We are ready to help you navigate your next steps and defend your rights against the IRS!
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Frequently Asked Questions About Tax Fraud And Tax Crimes In Denver
What Is An IRS Special Agent?
IRS Special Agents are detectives trained to investigate and pursue any individual or business believed to be guilty of criminal tax actions. Special Agents are aggressive, persistent, and strategic, so contact Silver Law right away for help.
Can You Go To Jail For Not Paying Taxes?
Yes, tax evasion is considered a serious offense with severe consequences including fines and jail time. If you are found guilty, you can expect to spend one year in jail for each year you did not pay taxes.
What Is The Difference Between Tax Avoidance & Tax Evasion?
Tax avoidance occurs when you avoid liability as much as possible in order to receive a bigger tax return. Tax evasion occurs when you deliberately choose not to pay at all, or to pay less than you owe.
What Happens If You Are Found Guilty For Tax Evasion?
Conviction of tax evasion is considered a felony, and you can face a federal prison sentence of up to 5 years along with $100,000 in fines. You will also experience other long-term, life altering consequences.
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