Representing Individiduals and Businesses in Complex Tax Matters

Taxes can be challenging. The system is complicated. Even the most well-intentioned individuals and companies can sometimes find themselves in trouble with tax matters. Individuals and business entities in Virginia face many unique tax issues and need specialized representation.

Helping Companies Come Into Compliance

Our attorneys at Surovell Isaacs & Levy PLC utilize a client centered approach in representing individuals and businesses in connection with a number of tax-related issues and controversies. We specialize in offering tax solutions and resolutions. These include:

  • Levies & Liens
  • Civil and Criminal Tax Fraud
  • Administrative appeals
  • Installment agreements
  • Tax disputes and litigation
  • IRS Civil Audits
  • Tax compliance
  • Offers in compromise
  • Unified tax returns

While many situations can be resolved through negotiation and settlement, others may require litigation in court. Our knowledge of the tax system and applicable regulations, combined with our firm's extensive litigation practice, make us uniquely qualified to advocate on behalf of individuals and businesses facing tax issues. We provide our clients with support and counsel through every step of the process.

Experience Matters

Tax controversies can occur at any level. Many government tax departments have powerful resources to use in tax enforcement. That is why you need an attorney who has experience dealing with local, state and federal jurisdictions. Our Fairfax tax attorneys have represented clients in multiple states and court venues and have extensive experience in dealing with the Internal Revenue Service and other tax authorities. We understand that every client's tax matter is of the utmost importance and that is why we handle each case with urgency and discretion.

A Solid Defense Strategy Is Crucial

An initial consultation is just a phone call or click away. Call us at 703-648-8279 or contact us online to schedule an appointment with a lawyer to discuss your tax controversy.