Fees vary based upon expertise and geography. You should contact several local tax professionals for estimates. Most ethical practitioners provide an initial consultation at no charge and will be able to answer your questions.
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Every firm sets its own fees. They tend to be in a range, but there is no statutory or mandatory fee level for legal services. May I recommend you call Schenck, Price, Smith, & King LLP at 220 Park Avenue in Florham Park, New Jersey 07932 | 973-539-1000 if you are seeking qualified representation of this type? Best of luck to you.
This will vary with the complexity of the case and issues involved. Contact a local tax attorney and ask them their fee structure for this matter.
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