Proficient Litigators For Complex Tax Matters
If the IRS has threatened an audit, you want a sophisticated tax attorney with an in-depth accounting background to guide you through the complicated legal process.
At Farrell, Hamilton & Julian, P.C., our tax lawyers have extensive experience representing businesses and individuals in Godfrey with serious tax charges from state or federal authorities such as the:
- Illinois Department of Revenue
- Illinois Department of Employment Security
An inquiry from the IRS is a serious matter. If you do not cooperate with the IRS, you could face significant penalties and interest or be charged with tax evasion. Do not try negotiating on your own with the government — contact us to alleviate your legal problem.
Experienced In Tax Litigation
Our lawyers have extensive backgrounds in tax and accounting. Many of our attorneys are certified public accountants and others have accounting degrees.
Attorney Phillip Hamilton helps clients resolve tax disputes with the IRS, the Illinois Department of Revenue and the Illinois Department of Employment Security. We represent taxpayers in IRS tax audits, collection proceedings and administrative appeals, in cases before U.S. District Courts and the U.S. Tax Court, and in bankruptcy courts. We handle income taxes, employment taxes and sales taxes.
Survive A Tax Audit
An IRS tax audit can be sparked by various circumstances. For example, an innocent spouse may not have known how much money his wife or her husband earned and failed to report the right amount. In other cases, a questionable deduction will raise a red flag with the IRS.
Tax codes are extremely complicated with hundreds of pages of regulations. If you have been audited, our legal team will closely review audit reports and other records to understand if the tax authorities made any errors. We work vigorously to minimize your tax liability as much as possible.
If You Cannot Pay Your Taxes
If you are unable to pay your taxes on time or have been penalized for nonpayment, our tax attorneys will ask the IRS to set up a monthly payment schedule, decrease your payments and, if good cause is shown, request a reduction of penalties.
Do Not Fight The IRS On Your Own
If you are concerned that you will be audited or penalized by the IRS, you need an experienced tax litigation attorney to guide you through this complicated legal process.