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DEWITT LAW | Tax Attorneys
We are a law firm that focuses exclusively on resolving a broad range of civil and criminal tax matters with the Internal Revenue Service (the "IRS") and state taxing authorities. Our tax attorneys are committed to providing honest legal counsel to taxpayers facing difficult circumstances. We invite you to browse our website, contact one of our office locations, or contact us online to learn more about how a tax attorney can help you.
Resolving IRS tax issues, including audits, tax debt settlement, unfiled returns, liens, levies, tax preparer penalties, IRS Revenue Officer cases, payroll tax issues, innocent spouse relief, and IRS appeals.
Legal representation for tax-related criminal issues, including IRS criminal investigations, state tax criminal investigations, and criminal tax defense (including tax evasion charges).
Helping you resolve U.S. tax issues related to offshore assets, including compliance with FBAR and other information filings, voluntary disclosures, and penalties for non-compliance.
Resolving state sales tax and income tax issues, including audits, tax debt settlements, collections, tax litigation in state court, and criminal investigations by state taxing authorities.
Read what our clients say about DeWitt Law:
"Thanks to Tyler and everyone we worked with, we are once again FREE to live our lives without the burden of the IRS looming like an executioner over our heads!" — Jeff D.
"Tyler Dewitt is the best at not only winning a case, but guiding you through the process. His confident approach to representing you with the IRS made many nights restful and not sleepless. Thanks again Tyler for the representation." — Billy W.
"Tyler is an excellent attorney that I highly recommend to anyone who is facing issues with the IRS. Tyler has proven to be exceptional in his ability to identify problems and get them resolved. He can take very complicated information and translate it in an easy to understand way. I feel like I know what is going on when I talk with Tyler, which is not always the case with many other attorneys." — C. Emery
"I would express that Tyler DeWitt is as smart, charming, and charismatic as you can imagine an attorney should be. He was very impressive with his strategic methods to resolve the matter in a timely and resourceful manner. Let me say he is my counsel for life and I would recommend him to anyone seeking legal assistance." — C. Mark
"My husband and I owed over $400,000 to the IRS. My husband’s small business got behind on taxes during the great recession. We were terrified and didn’t know what to do. I was recommended to call DeWitt Law and I’m so glad I did! Our tax liability was reduced by over 85% and we were able to gain a clean slate with the IRS. I recommend calling DeWitt Law if you are in serious tax trouble and want expert advice on what your options are." — Anonymous
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Tyler DeWitt Rated by Super Lawyers Rising Stars in Tax Practice Area
For the third year in a row, Tyler DeWitt has been rated by Super Lawyers as a Rising Star in the practice area of tax, an honor reserved for lawyers who exhibit excellence in practice. The designation signifies that he is a top-rated tax attorney as recognized by peers. Super Lawyers selects attorneys using a patented multiphase selection process. Peer nominations and evaluations are combined with independent research. Each candidate…
Suspension or Expulsion from the IRS e-File Program: What Preparers Need to Know
The IRS strictly regulates tax professionals and firms (referred to as “Providers”) and maintains wide discretion in suspending or expelling Providers from the IRS e-file program. When a Provider is suspended or expelled, any tax returns that are electronically filed under their Electronic Filing Identification Number (“EFIN”) are automatically rejected by the IRS. Over the years, I have represented Providers who suddenly and unexpectedly found themselves fighting to keep their…
IRS CP2000 Notice – What to Do and How to Respond
The Internal Revenue Service’s CP2000 notice is a computer-generated notice received by taxpayers after filing an income tax return. The purpose of a CP2000 notice is to inform a taxpayer that information the I.R.S. received from third parties (employers, banks, brokerages, etc.) does not match the information reported on the taxpayer’s return. Taxpayers often receive CP2000 notices when taxpayers’ income or payment is inaccurately reported or unreported on their tax…