Should You Seek Tax Litigation?

The Government Doesn't Have to Have Final Say

For most citizens, having their taxes assessed and decided on by the IRS happens without incident. However, when you don't agree with how the government has calculated or qualified your taxes, it can lead to a tax dispute. In this case, you don't necessarily have to accept the government's assessment. You can appeal their decision and move into tax litigation.

At The Carver Law Office, PLLC, we've been helping people resolve their tax issues for over 25 years, fighting for their rights in and out of the courtroom. Tax litigation is the strongest stance you take when disputing taxes with the government and our firm has made it our mission to ensure our clients have their voice heard during litigation trials and appeals.

If you believe you have a legitimate dispute with the state or federal government, we urge you to contact our firm to speak to our experienced Oklahoma tax litigation lawyer today.

What is tax litigation?

There are a numerous steps an individual can take to appeal a tax decision, including taking their case to tax court. Often, a tax court decision resolves a dispute, but when it doesn't, the individual can seek litigation and fight the decision in a trial.

Different kinds of tax litigation:

  • U.S. District Court
  • Tax refund
  • U.S. Tax Court
  • Civil tax

Our firm is well-versed in all these types of litigation. No matter what your dispute is, we have the knowledge and strategies to make a competent, compelling case for you in court.

Call our Oklahoma tax lawyer today!

Facing an IRS tax decision you know is wrong can feel hopeless, but The Carver Law Office, PLLC, believes it doesn't have to be. We've built our reputation on ending our clients' tax issues with swift, long-term solutions, even when we have to fight for them in court. We have a dedicated Oklahoma tax attorney ready to offer that same, unparalleled service to your case today.

Contact us to schedule a confidential consultation with us!

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