1. 6 IRS Tax Lawyer FAQs Answered

    When dealing with the IRS, it can be overwhelming. You don’t want to handle them alone. The complicated tax law combined with your elevated emotions around how much you owe and potential criminal charges can make the situation unbearable. These two reasons alone make it obvious that you need an experienced IRS tax lawyer you can trust to stand in your corner with you to reduce tax obligation and…Read More

  2. 2 Ludicrous Tax Attorney Scams To Avoid

    You’re getting letters in the mail. The IRS won’t leave you alone. You discover you owe more taxes than you expected. Now you’re on the hook for hundreds, thousands, and, in some cases, hundreds-of-thousands of dollars. What can you do? You can continue to attempt to avoid the IRS, but that won’t work. We’ve seen plenty make this attempt, but the IRS always gets their dues. The second op…Read More

  3. Use These 5 Tips To Choose Your Tax Attorney

    Did you get a letter in the mail from the IRS? Has the IRS informed you that you owe more than you already paid? It can feel frustrating and nerve wracking to owe more than expected—especially when you’re already doing your best to save money and spend it on the important things. Unfortunately, you’re not alone in this situation. Millions of Americans every year take on the IRS, and, unless …Read More

  4. What To Do With The IRS Letter You Received In The Mail

    The IRS sends out millions of letters each tax season. It’s no wonder that when you receive one, even though you know you paid your taxes on time, that you cringe in hopes that it’s simply a confirmation of your payment or a thank you letter of some kind. You’re not alone if you dislike seeing a letter from the IRS in your mailbox. There’s a higher chance that the letter is notifying you o…Read More

  5. Intimidation, Secret Income and Nasty Divorces

    This is an unbelievable, yet true story. We counseled a man that was desperate for help in his divorce. He was afraid that his wife had the unfair advantage in the proceeding, and that she had become hostile and unyielding during the case. So he wanted to level the playing field. This is what the man asked: “Write me a letter, to give to my wife. Tell her that unless she cooperates with me in th…Read More

  6. Should You Hire A Tax Attorney Or CPA?

    If you’ve run into any kind of IRS tax problems, you’re probably considering which professional to call: a tax attorney or CPA? It’s a pertinent question, since tax law is complex and not easy for the layman to understand completely without years of studying and experience. Furthermore, depending on your tax issue, the process to rectify said issue could be vastly different than any other ta…Read More

  7. I’m Going to Tell the IRS About His Money!

    A potential new client called. “I have this divorce case. I need a tax lawyer to send IRS a letter. I think my husband has been hiding income and investments. I don’t want to get burned when they find out about it all! He’s been hiding income for years, and now he’s hiding it from me.” She expected to hurt him by causing increased tax liability, and possibly a criminal tax investigation.…Read More

  8. How To Choose The Best Income Tax Attorney!

    Do you have a tax problem? Has the IRS sent you a notification in the mail about money you owe, but it’s not correct? It can be daunting to know that the IRS is pursuing you for income tax, whether you owe it or not. That’s why Tax Law Offices is here to help. We’re expert criminal tax attorneys in Naperville serving those dealing with the IRS. When you work with us, you’ll receive more th…Read More

  9. How To Reduce IRS Tax Liabilities Exceeding $100,000

    Have you been contacted by the IRS? Did the IRS recently audit you? If you’re facing a large-dollar amount in backed taxes with the IRS, you’re going to need an experienced tax attorney to assist in undertaking the collections process. Tax liability exceeding $100,000 is assigned in the IRS as a “resolution” case, which is handed off to a Revenue Officer. They use aggressive collection tac…Read More

  10. Don’t Hire An Inexperienced Audit Attorney!

    It’s daunting to receive a letter from the IRS stating that you owe money or that you have not filed your taxes. As you read through the letter, a sinking feeling hits your stomach and you start asking yourself, “how will I pay for this?” You may even collapse to the floor and begin crying. But a glimmer of hope flickers in your mind. You remember filing. You return to your records and retri…Read More