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Is Tax Court the Best Option? Get Help With Your Claim From Attorney Brian T. Loughrin

Orlando IRS Tax Relief Attorney

What is the U.S. Tax Court?

Tax law has developed into a highly specialized area and it would make sense that a court devoted solely to resolving tax disputes would be established. Such a court exists and it is known as the U.S. Tax Court. In this court, taxpayers are able to take their civil disputes regarding income taxes, penalties and interest and make themselves heard. The IRS is required to go along with the decisions of this court in the same way that you will be.

Bankruptcy Court, the Court of Federal Claims and the U.S. District Court can also be used on tax matters. These venues require that you pay what the IRS claims you owe them before taking on your case. Once you have started the legal process in tax court, however, your payment of any tax deficiency will be held off until your case in completed.

Attorney Brian Loughrin, a proven Orlando IRS tax relief lawyer, has nearly 20+ years of experience in assisting tax payers and has seen first-hand that decisions made by the IRS can be in error. Brian has been admitted to practice before the U.S. Tax Court and knows how to successfully navigate the system towards the goal of producing the best outcome possible in your case.

Why go to tax court?

In many cases, an IRS tax audit will lead to a disagreement between you and the IRS as to the amount of taxes you owe. In these cases, a notice of deficiency will be issued. Once the IRS does this, you have a limited amount of time in which to file your petition to the Tax Court. We work diligently to properly research, gather documentation for and prepare your petition so that it conforms to the precise requirements of the court.

The IRS will officially record your tax liability if no petition is received. The date your deficiency is recorded can be important in the future if liens or levies are used against you. By filing a correct petition, you may put yourself in a good position to settle with the IRS as many Tax Court cases are equitably resolved before they ever reach trial.

Contact an Orlando IRS tax relief attorney to see how taking your dispute to the U.S. Tax Court can be advantageous to your case.

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