|Description||Our tax law firm represents taxpayers in disputes with the IRS, EDD, SBOE and FTB. We zealously advocate for our clients to obtain the best outcome possible. We have extensive experience in tax procedure and are committed to using this experience to defend taxpayers against the IRS, EDD, SBOE and FTB. We are committed to practicing law ethically, and our clients mean everything to us. We have the experience, desire and knowledge to meet and exceed our clients’ expectations.
We zealously represent businesses and individuals in the following matters: IRS tax audits; Tax Court representation, including docketed appeals and trials; administrative appeals, including CDPs and collection appeals; tax collection matters, including installment agreements and offers in compromise; offshore voluntary disclosures, including streamlined disclosures under the streamlined filing compliance procedures; SBOE sales tax audits, settlements, and appeals; EDD worker classification and payroll tax audits; EDD collection matters, including payment plans; IRS unfiled returns; IRS innocent spouse relief; IRS claims for refund and amended returns; criminal investigations and criminal tax defense.
We defend taxpayers throughout Los Angeles and all throughout California in all facets of tax disputes with the IRS, EDD, SBOE and FTB. We will use our extensive experience and knowledge of tax procedures to fight on your behalf to defend you and your business, so that you can focus on what matters most to you. It is important that you obtain a free consultation early in the process of a tax dispute, as formulating the best game plan early is instrumental in obtaining the best resolution to your tax dispute.
We are skilled in procedure and negotiation with taxing agencies and can help you formulate the best plan of action. Contact a Los Angeles tax attorney at Disparte Tax Law today for a free consultation.
655 N Central Ave, Suite 1700
United States of America
|Practice areas||Taxation Law|
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|Submission Date||19/11/16 (Edited 13/10/17)|