Facing Tax Litigation Versus The IRS? We Are Experienced Advocates.

When the IRS first contacts you, handling the matter may seem like a reasonable response. However, sometimes the IRS is not reasonable and it may be risky for you to handle it by yourself without legal counsel.

Sometimes, your best option is to resolve a problem with the IRS in a court of law, where your rights are best protected. Our tax attorneys are skilled at representing your interests in pretrial negotiations and in trial if your case progresses to that point. This often happens if the tax issues cannot be resolved through an examination (audit) process.

When A Lawsuit Involves The Internal Revenue Service (IRS)

In the context of an IRS examination, the agency may take an aggressive position. The IRS may sue you in rare cases. The opposite is typically a stronger possibility: You may have good reasons to sue the IRS. Coleman, Anastopulos & Jackson, P.C. is ready to represent you vigorously in any tax litigation matter.

We understand that litigation can be a burden on many levels: financially, strategically and emotionally. We work to achieve favorable results as efficiently, cost-effectively and aggressively as possible.

In civil tax litigation, we represent taxpayers before the IRS and the United States Department of Justice. We handle all aspects of the litigation from beginning to end so that the taxpayers' rights are protected.

In a criminal tax investigation, we represent taxpayers before the IRS Criminal Investigation Division and the United States Department of Justice. We review the facts and present appropriate defenses. Whenever possible we work to prevent a criminal tax prosecution before criminal charges are brought against the taxpayer.

You May Have Reasons To Sue The IRS — Contact Our Established Tax Litigation Firm

Only rarely does the IRS sue taxpayers. Instead, the IRS often takes action to collect on taxes that it considers to be past due. When collection actions are illegal or tax bills are wrong, taxpayers may sue the IRS through the U.S. District Courts. You may have cause to file a lawsuit against the IRS. Contact our Dallas-based Texas law office at 972-810-4380 or send an inquiry directly through this website to request a meeting with a lawyer to explore your options in your federal tax litigation case.