Complicated tax situations with the IRS have the potential to result in tax court litigation. Whether your civil tax case winds up in U.S. District Court, U.S. Tax Court, U.S. Bankruptcy Court, or the U.S. Court of Federal Claims, the skilled lawyers at Frost Law are able to represent you when you need it most.
Where is your civil tax case going to be tried? Wherever and whenever you are in the process, our experienced IRS tax attorneys can help
The majority of cases are heard in tax court before a judge experienced in tax law. Taxpayers are not required to pay any tax assessments before litigating.
Taxpayers may sue for a refund in U.S. District Court, as long as they have gone through all administrative channels and paid any tax owed. This is the only option for taxpayers that offers the opportunity for a jury trial.
For taxpayers that have filed for bankruptcy, U.S. Bankruptcy Court can decide whether IRS tax assessments and IRS tax liens are valid and if tax liabilities can be discharged.
The U.S. Court of Federal Claims is another option for taxpayers who pay the disputed tax and sue for a refund.
Don't be daunted by an upcoming tax court case. Our attorneys can help arm you with the facts and relevant tax code to support your position. Convincing tax court judges and IRS counsel to see your point of view might seem impossible, but not with Frost Law on your side.
Our tax attorneys have experience in all four jurisdictions where tax court cases might be tried, bringing with them expertise and experience to help you along the way.
There's more to winning a case in tax court than a strong understanding of the law, or even feeling confident that you have it on your side. Frost Law will work with you to understand the bottom line and how to achieve it.
Before you appear in tax court, we want to have a clear understanding of what matters most to you. What are your goals? How can we prepare for possible outcomes? We'll work with you to put together a plan focused on how to best meet your goals.