Brevard County Tax Appeal Attorney
Helping You Petition the IRS
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) established an independent organization called the Office of Appeals
to resolve tax disputes and keep them out of court. While the objective
of the Office of Appeals is admirable, it does not mean you don’t
need a lawyer to help you settle your dispute with the IRS. The experienced
Brevard County tax appeal lawyers at Buchalter Law Group are skilled advocates who will work hard to obtain
a favorable outcome for you.
Call 321.320.6088 today for a
free case evaluation.
The Process of Appeal
If you disagree with the findings of the IRS, the Taxpayer Bill of Rights
affords you the right to appeal their decision. You may request an Appeals
Conference with the Office of Appeals. During this conference, the Office
of Appeals aims to be objective and tries to propose a solution that is
good for both the taxpayer and the government. Taxpayers, however, are
largely unaware of the intricacies of ever-changing tax law. It is crucial
for you to bring representation to this conference. To do so, you must
complete a Power of Attorney and Declaration of Representative (Form 2848)
Additionally, you must file a formal written protest or – if the
amount of additional tax and penalty proposed is less than $25,000 –
a small case request. With over 35 years of experience, the Brevard County
tax appeal attorneys at Buchalter Law Group can prepare these documents
with ease and accuracy.
Don’t Take On the IRS Alone
When facing a government entity as relentless as the IRS, you need an aggressive
tax law attorney who will fight for your rights. The Office of Appeals
may make you believe that you do not need legal representation at your
Appeals Conference, but the stakes are often too high for you to risk
not having trusted legal help.
Our Brevard County tax appeal lawyers will guide you through the appeals process.
Contact us today for your
free case review!