State Bar of California
Super Lawyers

I Told the Person from the IRS That I Wanted to Talk to a Tax Attorney Before I Answered any Further Questions. He Said I Didn’t Need an Attorney. Do I?

You have an absolute legal right to be represented by the tax professional of your choice. If the IRS is trying to discourage you from exercising that right you have to ask yourself why? Is it for your benefit, or does the IRS just want to make sure that you don't find out about all your options?

Client Reviews
"Dennis, Meredith, and staff… As I reflect upon this year, there are a few individuals who have made my life much better. I appreciate and feel blessed for all the effort made on my behalf. Thank you very much…" KB
"Thank you for your good work in resolving my innocent spouse case. I will be forever grateful!" KB
"It is a pleasure to send you this check...knowing I have friends like you who are there to help!" HB
"Words can not express my appreciation. YOU DID IT!!!! I have dealt with and paid multiple people to resolve my tax problems, however you were the only one who was successful..." CB
"Your assistance is greatly appreciated and beyond the call of the average attorney who would not take the time. I will consult with you and refer whomever I can to you, whenever possible." EK