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A Tax Lawyer Can Represent Your Best Interests
Dealing with the IRS can be intimidating, especially if you owe significant back taxes or if the IRS is auditing you. Making the decision to hire a Tax Lawyer can help save you the time and energy it would take to negotiate with the IRS yourself.
If you don't handle your back taxes properly, the IRS can take money out of your bank accounts or even seize your property. If you have been a dishonest taxpayer and the IRS asks for an audit, you may be faced with a large tax bill. It is critical to take immediate action when the IRS contacts you.
Losing your hard-earned professional license can be devastating – it can mean the loss of your career and long-term financial losses. If you’re facing the possibility of losing your professional license, you’ll need professional license defense.
Here are some of the reasons why a professional license may be revoked.
Did your neighbor build a new fence that takes up part your property? What if your neighbor added a second floor to their home and it ruins the view you had? In cases involving boundary disputes, you may have legal remedies.
Boundary disputes involve disagreements about the ownership of a piece of property and/or how much area a property covers. It often revolves around neighbors who claim ownership of a part of a property owner's property and boundary line challenges.