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Tax Controversy

Omni Law Group's tax controversy and tax litigation practice involves representation of businesses and individuals in disputes with federal, state, and local taxing authorities at the administrative level and in litigation. We handle all levels and types of tax disputes, including litigating in Tax Court, defending audits, and filing offers in compromise and/or installment agreement requests.

We represent clients with a variety of issues in disputes with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), Franchise Tax Board (FTB), Employment Development Department (EDD), and State Board of Equalization (SBE). We represent individuals, businesses of all sizes, nonprofit organizations, trustees, and estate representatives that have a dispute with any federal or California tax authority, including disputes involving the amount of tax due, penalty and interest assessments, the taxpayers' ability to pay, the exempt status of an organization, and entity classification issues. Our experience enables us to represent clients through audits, appeals, and the Tax Court process. Omni Law Group's tax controversy team is experienced, aggressive, and focused on cost-effective, result-oriented representation of the highest caliber.

We often work with experienced accountants who can help our clients avoid a tax controversy. However, as the taxing authorities become more aggressive in examining and making adjustments to tax returns, it is imperative that our clients have available to them a legal team that can facilitate the best possible resolution to their tax disputes. Proper planning can prevent the vast majority of tax disputes, but when a dispute arises, Omni Law Group can effectively manage the arduous tax controversy process for you.

Our team has extensive experience in the areas of tax planning, audit defense, and litigation in both state and federal court. This broad base of experience enables us to understand the issues while creating and carrying out an effective plan in resolving any tax dispute.