Kitch Law Firm represents clients in tax litigation with tenacious advocacy and innovative solutions at both the state (ADOR) and federal (IRS) levels. When the stakes are high, clients rely on our experience, knowledge, and talent to help them navigate all levels of the tax dispute life cycle - from audits and examinations, to the courtroom, and all levels of appeals. We represent a wide variety of clients, from individuals to corporations, and we approach each client with our full attention and dedication.
Positioning a tax case for the right resolution, whether through settlement or a verdict, is both an art and a science. Optimal results require skilled advocacy, measured judgment, and a depth of substantive tax knowledge. Our tax attorneys, based in Gilbert, AZ, draw on our experience and wealth of tax knowledge to advise and guide clients through the entire tax controversy process, building the right strategy to resolve tax controversies from day one.
Tax litigation and controversy are the practice of resolving tax disputes with federal, state, local, and foreign tax authorities. At Kitch Law Firm, we specialize in tax disputes and assist taxpayers in a civil matters by providing expertise regarding substantive tax laws, dealing with revenue agents, formulating audit strategies, and pursuing administrative or judicial appeals. Although most tax disputes are resolved by agreement or administrative settlement, sometimes the only way to vindicate your position is to go to court. Kitch Law Firm is ready to apply our substantive knowledge and experience into a solid litigation strategy.
There are options in regards to tax collection matters. For example: Offers in Compromise | Penalty Abatement | Innocent Spouse | Liens, Levies, Garnishments | Currently not Collectible Status | Installment Agreements | Denied Credits, Dependency Exemptions, Deductions, Expenses
Many disputes with the IRS can be settled without expensive and time-consuming litigation. The IRS Appeals Office is independent of any other IRS office and provides a venue where disagreements concerning application of tax law can be resolved on a fair and impartial basis.
The United States Tax Court is a Federal trial court that hears and adjudicates tax-related disputes and issues. It resolves these disputes between taxpayers and the IRS while ensuring the uniform interpretation of the Internal Revenue Code.
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