Nevada Lawyers for Tax Controversies
Tax issues with regard to an estate or trust can arise at any time. If disputes are handled by a skilled attorney, they can likely be resolved with minimal complications. The lawyers at Solomon Dwiggins & Freer, Ltd. will represent your interests in negotiations to resolve your tax controversy, or, if necessary, litigation with the Internal Revenue Service.
Located in Las Vegas, our firm is almost exclusively dedicated to representing clients with regard to estate and trust matters. Our firm receives most of our clients from referrals from other estate planning lawyers, private fiduciaries, banks and private wealth services. We are respected and held in high esteem by our colleagues and other legal professionals throughout the state.
Experienced Lawyers Protecting Your Interests in Tax Disputes
The lawyers at Solomon Dwiggins & Freer, Ltd. can step in and advise at all stages of the process, including initial negotiations with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), IRS appeals and tax court litigation. We have vast experience handling a wide range of tax issues and know how to take an aggressive yet effective approach to resolving tax problems and disputes.
Our lawyers assist individuals with personal tax audit issues, as well as fiduciaries in matters involving ongoing tax disputes with respect to an estate or trust. We also have experience representing clients with the voluntary disclosure process (repatriating assets that are held overseas).
At our firm, we take a proactive approach to representing clients. You can expect our entire team to provide ongoing support and guidance through every step of the process. Our goal is to preserve the estate and resolve the dispute as quickly as possible.
Also Serving Reno, Henderson and Nevada • Tax Dispute Attorneys
To learn more about our services and to schedule an initial consultation, please contact our Las Vegas attorneys for tax controversies and other estate matters. We can reached by phone at 702-997-7714 or 800-671-9908, or online.