Massachusetts Tax Litigation and Appeals Attorney
At the law office of Ronald F. Hood, Attorney at Law, I have extensive trial experience handling tax appeals and tax litigation matters as an IRS prosecuting lawyer and a tax defense attorney.
If you have received a notice you disagree with from an examining agent, contact an IRS tax appeals attorney at my Cape Cod law office for a free initial consultation.
Dealing with tax litigation or a tax appeal is a complicated process. After receiving an examination report, you have thirty days to respond and inform the IRS that you don't agree with the examination report. I have extensive experience handling tax appeals as both an IRS lawyer and a tax defense attorney. Because of my past trial experience, I have thorough knowledge and insight into the policies and procedures of the IRS. I know how the IRS will approach most cases that come before the appeals office, and I know that most clients want to quickly settle a tax appeal and move on with their life. The unique understanding I have of clients and the IRS allows me to offer effective and efficient legal counsel.
If I can't settle the matter with the IRS appeals office, you will receive a notice of deficiency and will have 90 days to file a petition with the United States Tax Court. As a tax appeals and litigation lawyer, it is my job to make every effort to reasonably settle a case on behalf of my clients. It is important to understand how difficult it is to succeed in tax litigation, as the U.S. Tax Court rules in the government's favor well over half of the time in these cases.
Contact a Cape Cod Tax Appeals Lawyer
Have you received an examination report or a notice of deficiency from the IRS? Contact my Cape Cod law office for a free initial consultation regarding tax appeals and tax litigation. I can be reached by telephone, fax, or by filling out the client intake form provided on this Web site.