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Tax Law Attorneys in Dallas

Helping Clients in Texas Protect Their Interests

When it comes to getting help with your taxes, you can choose from an accountant or a lawyer. Although both can help you with your tax issues, an attorney can handle certain matters that an accountant cannot. However, you don’t need to be involved in a complex legal dispute in order for a lawyer’s services to come in handy. In fact, consulting with a tax attorney to discuss your concerns can help you avoid issues that may arise in the future.

When Do I Need A Tax Attorney?

Individuals and businesses are required to file tax returns annually.

An experienced tax attorney can help you with any of the following situations:

  • Taxable Estate: If you expect that the total value of your estate will be more than $5.49 million, or $10.98 million for married couples, it will be taxed when you pass away. This means your heirs would have to pay an estate tax of up to 40% of the balances discussed above. A tax attorney can create estate-planning strategies that will help you meet the exemption threshold and avoid a large portion of your estate being taxed.
  • Starting A Business: Owning a business means you will have to deal with tax issues that can have major ramifications for your company. A lawyer can help you decide the type of business entity you should set up and give you advice about how to address the taxes associated with your company.
  • IRS Issues: If you are involved in a lawsuit or you are under criminal investigation by the IRS, you want a lawyer in your corner to help guide you through the legal process.

What Should I Look For In a Tax Attorney?

You should look for a lawyer who has years of experience with tax law. Although tax attorneys are required to have a Juris Doctor degree (J.D.), you should hire one who has advanced training in tax law. A tax attorney with a master of laws (LL.M.) degree in taxation is highly qualified to assist with your tax related matter.

When you meet with potential lawyers, ask the following questions to determine if they have the skills you need:

  • Is the attorney admitted to the state bar?
  • What area of law does the lawyer specialize in?
  • How much does the lawyer charge for their services?
  • What reputable organizations is the attorney a member of?

Consult With Our Tax Law Attorneys Today

At Mathur Law Offices, we are committed to helping clients navigate the complexities of tax law so that they can protect their finances and assets. Our lawyers have been assisting people in Texas since 1999, and we our dedicated to meeting the needs and goals of your case. Let us put our skills to work for you.

Call (888) 867-5191, or contact our Dallas tax law lawyers to request a consultation.

What to Expect From Mathur Law Offices, P.C.

  • A legal team with a wide breadth of legal knowledge
  • An emphasis on making your needs our top priority
  • Personalized, unwavering commitment to you
  • A team with unmatched experience and versatility
  • Compassionate and genuine service

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