We have the highest success rate in the industry. Of course, everyone makes those claims, but we have the evidences to prove it.
Our team includes CPA, Tax Attorney, Bankruptcy Attorney and Criminal Attorney. We have in-depth knowledge of how various creditors seek to claim your assets. By taking over all contacts with the creditors, including the IRS, we can save you time money and stress so that you can have the peace of mind that you need. In a few short hours, we can stop the Collections process immediately.
Your representative (attorney, accountant, enrolled agents, etc.) must be willing and able to defend you. There are 3 key factors to resolving your case:
1. ABLE: is defined as ” having necessary power, skill, resources, or qualifications.” This means actually doing the job correctly; not just going through the motion.
Documentation: There is the wrong way and the right way of documentation.
Wrong: Quite often, attorneys, accountants and government agencies tend to “overwhelm the opponent” with boxes and boxes of paper. Such a tactic is counterproductive as it only adds confusion to the issues. For example, in the case of an audit, the IRS can simply dismiss the boxes and disallow all of your deductions. In fact, they can also charge you with failure to keep proper records.
Right: Instead, proper documentation means having records organized and presented in the manner that is easily understandable by all parties involved. Proper documentation not only can prove your points but it can also help prove how unreasonable your opponent is.
Knowledge: You realize that knowledge is power so you come to get help because the laws are too complex. The criminal code, for example, is over 20,000 pages long. Similarly, the tax code is over 74,000 pages long.
Comprehension: Nobody on earth can fully comprehend the laws. Accordingly, it is possible that you and your opponent may misunderstand the law. For example, even the IRS attorneys can misunderstand the tax laws.
Inform: Add to the enormous complexity of the laws, attorneys, accountants and government agents tend to “withhold information from the opponent.” Again, such a tactic is counterproductive as it does not help clarify one’s position to the other party. Information, if not shared (informed) is merely useless data.
2. WILLING: is defined as “habitually disposed or inclined to do something.”
Best Interest: Do your attorneys, accountants and representatives truly have your best interest at heart or they only give you lip service?
Wrong: Do they look for ways to increase billable hours? For example, in an audit, the IRS tends to look for ways to expand the audit. Many attorneys, accountants and enrolled agents would quickly agree with the IRS to expand the case because it means more work (and more money) for them.
Right: Do they want to resolve your case in the most efficient and effective way for your best advantage? For example, in an audit, would they challenge the IRS’ decision to expand the audit?
Fight: You come to get help because you need protection.
Wrong: Some attorneys, accountants and representatives are willing to show up only to turn in documents. If your defenders are afraid of your opponents (for example, if your attorney/accountant is afraid of the IRS), then who will defend you?
Right: Will they stand their ground to defend you?
3. WIN WIN SOLUTIONS: We don’t attempt to take advantage or outsmart the opponent. For example, many people try to outsmart the IRS and that’s a serious mistake – The tax system has been honed and perfected for over 100 years. In addition, the IRS employs 100,000 people and more tax attorneys than any law firm in the world. Instead, we try to win them over with proper documentation, laws, reason, persistence and the belief in equity. If the “solution” is heavily lop-sided to one party, then it is not fair and one party will hold a “grudge.” Therefore, a resolution must be such that it’s a win-win for all parties involved so that we all can move on (we call it “Wyn-Wyn Solutions”). You must know when to fight, when to plea and when to settle.
We strongly believe in our legal system. If you’re right, we’ll fight for your rights as if your case were our own. We never did and never will back down, even against overwhelming odds (like 5 federal agencies at the same time) or when the opponent plays power game (like threats of imprisonment for contempt of court, investigation or search and seizure).
Many attorneys, especially the highly profiled attorneys, specialize in plea-bargaining. This method is extremely useful when you’re “Guilty as sin.” However, if you’re not guilty, then why even take a plea bargain?
First, we must determine whether or not you’re guilty, what you’re guilty of, and the extent of your problems. Next, we determine when to settle and how much to settle – This is an art; not science.