Kienitz Tax Law
We provide the highly specialized assistance you need when dealing with IRS and California State tax disputes. This singular focus enables our tax attorneys to provide a higher degree of expertise in this complex area of law. We are well versed in the immediate steps necessary to stop liens, levies and garnishments as soon as possible. Once that’s accomplished, we will establish what must be done next in to completely resolve your problem—negotiating on your behalf so you never have to speak directly with the IRS or other agencies.
Personalized Attention to Every Case
1. Get Legal Advice
Highly specialized assistance when dealing
with IRS and California State tax disputes.
2. Document Reviewing
Get a thorough review of your
legal documents by an attorney.
3. Cost Effective
We deliver time-sensitive and
cost effective legal services
Successful Solutions to Tax Disputes, Including:
Representation in the US Tax Court
Collection Due Process Hearings
Offers in Compromise
Tax Dispute Appeals
Liens & Levies
Free Case Evaluation
We understand the emotions you may be experiencing and make it a point to remain vigilant, caring and responsive while working hard to help you get back to normal life. Contact us with the details of your dispute and let us negotiate on your behalf. We guarantee to provide the best and most responsive service possible with highly advanced knowledge of what needs to happen so you can move forward.
“There are no adequate words to express my deep appreciation for your efforts with regards to the settlement of my husband’s tax issues. You took a huge burden off my shoulders while sharing an incredible amount of dedication, competence and diligence that will leave me forever grateful. Thank you! Thank you!”
“Thank you for your guidance with my successful IRS accepted Offer in Compromise. I am relieved and very happy that you stayed with us on what seemed to be an impossible journey.”
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“Dear LaDonna, I would like to take this opportunity to say thanks for the excellent service you provided in resolving my difficult tax issues. From our very first meeting to the successful conclusion with the IRS and FTB, you were prompt, courteous, and showed genuine professionalism and integrity. l look forward now to a brighter future, thanks to your expertise in the tax field.”