Tallahassee 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 the Florida Department of Revenue. Our tax attorneys are committed to providing honest legal counsel to taxpayers facing difficult circumstances. We invite you to browse our website, give us a call, or contact us online to learn more about how a tax attorney can help you.
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113 South Monroe Street
Tallahassee, FL 32301
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.
A Message from Our Managing Attorney
On behalf of our team at DeWitt Tax Law, welcome to our website! I hope you find the content on our site helpful. I have come to realize over the years that much of the stress from facing tax issues is caused by the sheer power our government possesses to assess and collect taxes, further compounded by the complexity of our tax code. Contacting a tax lawyer enables you to begin the process of resolving your tax issues and restoring peace of mind.
When you contact our firm, a tax attorney will evaluate your case to determine how we can help. We begin all cases with diligent research and investigation to ensure we advise you of your rights and all available options. We consider our firm to be a “one-stop shop” for virtually all tax issues. We take a holistic approach to resolving tax issues and employ a multidisciplinary team of professionals to support our legal staff, including CPAs and IRS Enrolled Agents. Our results speak for themselves as our firm has helped taxpayers save millions of dollars in taxes.
I invite you to contact our firm if you are facing serious tax issues and need help. Regardless of whether you decide to hire DeWitt Law to represent you, I wish you the best in resolving your tax issues.
JD, CPA, MBA, MS (Accounting)
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IRS CP2000 Notice – What to Do and How to Respond
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