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Experienced Criminal Tax Crime Lawyers in Utah


At Silver Law, we offer over 50 years of combined experience as Utah criminal tax lawyers, with the skill to represent corporations and individuals who are part of IRS investigations. With licensing to handle tax issues throughout state and national courts, our attorneys are capable and successful.

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Our Utah federal tax law attorneys are all former IRS lawyers, with the knowledge and ability to handle a variety of tax controversies with ease. We have a thorough understanding of all sides involved with a dispute, and use our experience to your advantage.

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Common Criminal Tax Charges Silver Law PLC Defends Against

Silver Law is experienced in defending a variety of tax charges, including allegations of tax fraud, criminal tax evasion, and failure to file a tax return.

Allegations Of Criminal Tax Fraud

Allegations Of Criminal Tax Fraud

Being convicted of tax fraud is a serious offense resulting in civil and criminal punishment. Let our skilled Utah tax litigation lawyers manage your case!

Criminal Tax Evasion Charges In Utah

Criminal Tax Evasion Charges

The Utah tax lawyers at Silver Law can skillfully defend you against charges of tax evasion, including the concealment of assets, non-payment, underpayment, and more.

Failure To File a Tax return accusation In Utah

Failure To File A Tax Return Accusations

If you are accused of failure to file a tax return or filing late without cause, Silver Law PLC will represent your case in court.

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    Criminal Tax Case Representation From Former IRS Lawyers

    Because our lawyers are all formerly Utah IRS attorneys, we carry vital knowledge that allows us to be successful in defending your rights.

    Avoid Tax Evasion Penalties With Our Criminal Tax Attorneys

    If you are facing charges of tax evasion and resulting penalties, consult with our lawyers at Silver Law PLC right away. We will gather all the necessary information to build a strong defense.

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    Preeminent Law Firm On Tax Fraud Resolutions

    Our team at Silver Law carry a strong history of successfully representing clients charged with tax fraud. Let our attorneys negotiate for resolution on your behalf with confidence, skill, and knowledge.

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    Criminal Tax Litigation Against IRS Disputes

    Contact Silver Law today if you need reliable Utah tax audit representation. Our attorneys will defend your rights and do everything we can to resolve the issue discreetly without getting involved in litigation.

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      Frequently Asked Questions About Tax Crimes In Utah

      What Is An IRS Special Agent?

      IRS Special Agents represent the criminal investigations department of the IRS. Their job is to contact individuals or businesses who they believe are guilty of a tax crime and need to be investigated by the IRS.

      Can You Go To Jail For Not Paying Taxes?

      Failure to file a tax return or filing a fraudulent return can get you imprisoned for up to 5 years. Not filing a return can equal one year of jail for each year of not filling.

      What Is The Difference Between Tax Avoidance & Tax Evasion?

      Tax avoidance occurs when a person or business takes action to lessen their tax liability and maximize their after-tax income. Tax evasion occurs when there is deliberate failure to pay or underpayment of taxes due.

      What Happens If You Are Found Guilty For Tax Evasion?

      Tax evasion is a felony, with a maximum federal prison sentence of five years and a maximum fine of $100,000. This is a serious offense and should be avoided at all costs by every tax-paying individual.

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      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. Highly recommended.

      Ken S. ★★★★★

      Jason helped our business through an audit. Having him there on our side was a great comfort! He has a answer/response to everything and was able to make sure that we were not penalized one penny!

      Michael S. ★★★★★

      Jason resolved problems for me and my business that I saw no end to. He enabled me to successfully run and reestablish my business while he handled all my tax issues. His replies to my concerns were very thoughtful and prompt. If I’m ever in need again, their will be no hesitation in calling Jason.

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      Extremely knowledgeable. Always a quick response to emails and phone calls! Silver Law is a great company and would recommend them to anyone.

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