I keep coming back to your question and I can't help but wonder, why are you paying a lawyer $100,000 a year if you have yet to resolve your problem after six years? Maybe the answer is that you either need to redirect your lawyer's efforts or consider retaining a new one. Does your lawyer specialize in resolving l&i tax issues? If not, consider finding one that does.
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