What Does It Mean for Taxes to Be in Litigation?
A legal dispute has ensued between the Internal Revenue Service or state tax agencies and the taxpayer when taxes are in litigation. In most cases, this results because of discord regarding the amount of taxes owed.
Tax litigation begins with an administrative appeal. Taxpayers can seek court litigation if the dispute cannot be resolved during this process. Litigation in tax court is a complex process. Therefore, it is crucial to receive the guidance and representation of a skilled tax litigation attorney. Our attorneys will ensure you have the most potent legal argument to present to the court.
A Law & Stein Tax Litigation Attorney in Irvine CA Will Protect Your Rights
Are you facing a tax audit or dispute? When you hire a Law & Stein tax litigation attorney in Irvine, CA, we represent you in audits, appeals, and disputes with tax authorities. We protect your rights by negotiating with the Internal Revenue Service and challenging tax assessments.
We have extensive experience with tax litigation. However, that does not stop us from conducting regular and comprehensive legal research to stay current regarding the latest tax regulations and court decisions. We create effective strategies using our in-depth analysis and experience for each of our clients’ individual cases’ success. Next, we convey evidence and arguments to the court to advocate for our clients’ best interests. Legal tax documents are lengthy and require extensive knowledge of tax law. Our attorneys are experts and will prepare and file these arduous but mandatory documents.
Our attorneys understand how stressful and complicated disputes with the IRS can be, whether the dispute involves personal or business taxes. We have the resources, knowledge, and skills to guide you in finding solutions in a timely and cost-effective manner.
Zeb received his Master of Laws in Taxation from Georgetown University and his J.D. from The American University, Washington College of Law. Before practicing law, he worked as an accountant at KPMG in Washington.
Zeb’s law practice includes estate planning, business planning, tax planning, and trust and probate administration matters. Since the early 1990’s, Zeb’s use of complicated planning structures, including irrevocable trusts and family limited partnerships have saved his client families substantial taxes (we estimate the total savings as running well into the hundreds of millions of dollars).
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