Taxation Services

Hiring an attorney to represent you before the IRS and other tax agencies comes with certain rights and privileges that other tax professionals cannot offer. Namely, you are protected under the Attorney-Client Privilege. This Privilege protects any communication between you and your attorney rendering it confidential.

Unlike other tax professionals, attorneys cannot be forced to disclose confidential matters to the IRS or any other adversarial party. This Privilege becomes crucial if litigation should be necessary to your case. Importantly, the Attorney-Client Privilege also provides a highly safe and secure environment for you to divulge any information that may be relevant to your case without compromising your privacy in any way, shape, or form, unlike certified public Accountants and enrolled agents.

Taxation Services