“When it comes to hiring a reliable IRS lawyer, Baltimore MD is definitely one of the top choices. We have been in the business of serving the taxpayers for over 40 years, and we never regret helping any taxpayer or tax resolution situation that arises. We have a full staff of knowledgeable, empathetic, honest and passionate IRS lawyers that will be able to handle almost any IRS problem that might come up with. In addition, we have tax attorneys in Maryland that specialize in all types of IRS problems.
“I just needed a good tax resolution lawyer to speak with someone about my taxes. I am still not sure why I didn’t hire one before but now that I have, it is paying off. My financial situation is much better than it was when I was working hard to straighten things out and pay my debt. I am very grateful to the IRS for helping me. Thank you.”
“I needed a great IRS lawyer. I ended up going with a guy who worked with the company I work for and that is fine, but he was not the best person I could have picked. It turned out that he didn’t know anything about the IRS and did not have the proper training to handle it. There were a lot of hiccups and problems and things got even worse because I had to pay a lot more than I should have and now I am looking for a new lawyer to get my tax situation taken care of. Hopefully it will be resolved soon so I don’t have to face a lot of issues like I faced and spend a lot more money.”
When selecting a lawyer for your IRS problems, remember to do your research. Ask friends and relatives for their recommendations. If your tax resolution needs to be filed through the court system, see if your lawyer has any experience with this.
Ask the lawyer about his experience with tax resolution. How many cases have he handled? How long has he been practicing? Did he handle a case where the IRS came after him for an audit? This can be a scary situation, but it doesn’t have to be.
Ask for references. If he doesn’t provide them, move on. There are plenty of others that would be more than willing to help. Find a person that you feel comfortable with and let them do all the talking. If you’re not comfortable, don’t sign anything or even talk to anyone about it.