Our Tax Bankruptcy Group focuses on representing clients in “tax-motivated” bankruptcy filings. A “tax motivated” bankruptcy filing is one where a principal claim in the case includes a substantial tax debt along with related interest and penalties. The tax debt can be any type of tax - income, sales, payroll, employment, or excise taxes. Our Tax Bankruptcy attorneys analyze every tax claim and examine its attributes to strategically eliminate or reduce them along with all other debt.
Our tax controversy attorneys and tax professionals include former IRS and taxing agency representatives who possess strong accounting backgrounds and advanced LLM degrees in taxation. We deploy our substantial knowledge and experience to effectively achieve a favorable outcome in each tax controversy case – whether that case involves an administrative tax audit, appeal, collection matter, criminal enforcement, or tax litigation.
What Sets Us Apart?
Our Tax Bankruptcy Group operates as part of a virtual tax law firm, offering our clients a positive remote experience that reduces the need for tedious face-to-face meetings, the shuffling of paperwork back and forth and the need to get together just to obtain handwritten signatures.