Los Angeles Offers in Compromise Lawyer
Tax Debt Settlement Attorney Robert S. Schriebman
Dealing with tax debt is not a simple matter. The IRS is reluctant to accept less than the full amount of tax liability. Communicating with tax authorities requires knowledge and experience. We can help you deal with your tax debt and find a reasonable solution.
At Robert S. Schriebman, A Professional Law Corporation, we have been helping people deal with tax problems for more than 40 years. Our practice is dedicated to helping people receive a fair outcome from their tax situations. We have successfully helped countless clients deal with back taxes, deficiency notices and other tax disputes. From our California offices, we have assisted clients from all over the country, including Alaska and Hawaii.
If you need help working with the IRS to reduce your tax liability, contact Robert S. Schriebman, A Professional Law Corporation. Call 877-824-1563 or contact us online to schedule an appointment at our offices in Los Angeles.
Offer in Compromise
Attorney Robert S. Schriebman has extensive tax law experience. He has written 20 books for tax lawyers on how to properly serve clients facing tax problems. He has been a certified specialist in tax law for more than 35 years. He understands the law and the best ways to work with the IRS to reach a reasonable compromise regarding your tax debt.
It is more difficult than ever to successfully negotiate an offer in compromise arrangement with the IRS. The increase in unpaid taxes has made IRS officials wary of fraudulent claims and misrepresented income or assets. Their decisions are often confusing and frustrating to people who do not regularly handle tax issues.
We can help you negotiate with the IRS. If you have been left with a tax liability and are unable to pay, contact us today. Call 877-824-1563 or contact us online to schedule an appointment.
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