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During a legal career spanning almost five decades, Mr. Rogers has represented clients in a wide range of corporate, business and real estate matters, including entity formations, asset and entity purchases, sales, financings, mergers and acquisitions, complex contract negotiations, commercial transactions, real estate syndications, land use planning and development and acquisition, and leasing and licensing of oil and gas rights.
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If you're looking for solutions to your tax problems, overwhelmed by tax debt, facing an IRS audit, IRS investigation or have questions addressing related tax matters and tax issues, our tax law attorneys can provide you with the guidance and the representation you need.
In the event the IRS has placed tax liens or any bank levies onto property or your accounts, the best thing you can possibly do is act now to be able Attorneys to avoid any additional penalties and interest charges from being added on. We in Los Angeles is there to help you remove either of those fast.
Holtz, Slavett & Drabkin attorneys have the highest level of educational and professional tax backgrounds including LL.M. in Taxation degrees from the leading law schools, big four accounting firm experience, and academic experience as tax professors.
It is aggravating enough having the Internal Revenue Service (IRS”) or another taxing authority such as the California Department of Tax and Fee Administration (CDTFA”), the California State Board of Equalization (BOE”), the California Franchise Tax Board (FTB”), or the California Employment Development Department (EDD”) chasing after you.
Attorneys will focus not just on forming an entity you have ordered them to, but in taking a step back, assessing your overall business plan and goals, and making sure the legal structure takes into account your particular circumstances, rather than assuming you and your business are exactly the same as the next guy and his business.