When tax payers receive notification from the IRS about a tax problem, their main goal is to resolve the issue and make the problem go away. In some cases, when the tax debts are significant or the tax payer denies the alleged wrong-doing, litigation is the only course of action.
In tax litigation, unlike other forms of litigation, the opponent is always the IRS. The IRS is a daunting adversary, with their seemingly endless budget and legions of staff. While tax litigation presents a unique set of challenges, cases can be successfully litigated by attorneys defending their client’s position.