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Review: “Ms. Coleman helped me with several tax problems, and was willing to do much more. Her response and follow-up was outstanding. Working with her, I know first-hand that her experience, passion, professional acuity, and de...
Practice areas: Tax Fraud & Tax Evasion, Business, Estate Planning
I focus my practice in a few select areas: IRS Debt Negotiation, Tax Law and Planning, Business Law and Planning, and Estate Planning. I chose my area of law because I enjoy helping my clients plan for their future and protect their assets, whic...
Practice areas: Tax Fraud & Tax Evasion, Estate Planning, Tax, Business
Review: “Mr. Gershman was extremely helpful in resolving my legal matter. He not only showed himself to be a true professional and excellent lawyer, but actually sincere and interested in me as a person. He helped me get through...
Practice areas: Tax Fraud & Tax Evasion, Appeals, Business, Juvenile, Criminal Defense
S.I. "Sandy" Valbh is an of Counsel attorney with the Central Florida law firm Bogin, Munns & Munns, P.A. Mr. Valbh practices in the areas of Business Law, Tax Lw, Real Estate, Estate Planning, Guardianship, and Business Purchases & Sales.
Practice areas: Tax Fraud & Tax Evasion, Estate Planning, Business, Family
If a taxing authority accuses you of under-reporting your taxes in any way, such as falsely reporting your earnings, inflating your expenses, or claiming undeserved deductions, then you may benefit from the services of a tax fraud attorney. A tax fraud attorney represents clients who the government claims have manipulated the system by paying too little tax, or no tax at all. You may be fined or even jailed for tax fraud; in fact, Richard Hatch, the first winner of the television show “Survivor,” was recently jailed for not paying federal taxes on his $1 million winnings.