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Our Tax Attorneys are knowledgeable in a broad range of different Criminal and Civil tax issues. Whether you are facing an Audit, IRS Seizure, Estate and Gift Tax Matter, Collection, Tax Levy, or any other tax related issues, we can help. We are experienced in representing both individuals and business clients in a diverse range of different matters.
Our Orange County Attorneys work with you in order to secure the future for you and your loved ones. We understand the importance of preparing and executing a key strategy, and removing uncertainties in estate planning at the outset – maximizing the value of your estate by reducing taxes and other expenses.
Protecting you and your family’s finances is one of the most important issues you will ever have to face. Maintaining a comprehensive estate plan is a crucial step. This will allow you to designate who will and will not receive property, who will take care of your estate, and who will make important medical decisions.TAX LAW (http://octaxattorneys.com/tax-law/):
Tax Litigation, Tax Controversy, IRS/California Payroll Tax Problems, Tax Fraud, Tax Penalties, Failure to File, Tax Preparer Penalties, Circular 230 issues, Tax Problems, Tax Appeals, Tax Audits, Innocent Spouse Defense, OIC (Offers in Compromise), Installment Payments Agreements, OPR (Office of Professional Responsibility, and others.ESTATE PLANNING/ADVANCED ESTATE PLANNING/PROBATE
): Wills, Trusts, Generation Skipping Tax, Gift and Estate Tax, Charitable Donations, GRITs, GRATs, GRUTs, Irrevocable Trusts, Domestic Trusts, International Asset Planning, Dynasty Trusts, Estate Administration, Business Planning, Trust Administration, Removal/Appointment of Executors and Trustees, Incapacitation, Post-Mortem Tax Planning, Petitions for Probate, Guardianships, and Conservatorships.CRIMINAL TAX
): Criminal Tax Fraud, Tax Evasion, Evasion of Payment of Taxes, Fraudulent Failure to Collect Taxes, Fraudulent Failure to Pay Over Collected Taxes, Fraudulent Failure to File a Return, Failure to Supply Information to the IRS, Filing a False Return, Submitting False Documents, Money Laundering, Bank Fraud and Mail Fraud.