Tax Litigation

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Atlanta Tax Litigation Lawyer

If the IRS or Georgia Department of Revenue has assessed you with a tax you don’t think you owe or if you are subject to a tax lien, a bank levy or other penalty that you want to challenge, it is not in your best interests to go it alone. It is important to contact an experienced tax lawyer immediately who can advise and advocate for you throughout the process.

Strong Representation From a Georgia IRS Litigation Attorney

Trust your tax litigation matter to Jeffrey L. Cohen, Attorney at Law. With more than 30 years of tax law experience and a Master’s in Tax Law from Emory University School of Law, Mr. Cohen is prepared to assist with cases involving the IRS or Georgia Department of Revenue. As your attorney, he will work in tandem with you to build a strong defense strategy for either a lawsuit in tax court or an appeal of assessment.

Attorney Cohen is fully prepared to provide a strong IRS lawsuit defense for cases before the United States Tax Court.

Contact an Experienced Tax Attorney Today

For a free, phone consultation with an experienced Atlanta tax litigation attorney, call Jeffrey Cohen today at 404-937-1414. Or, if you prefer to send an e-mail, you may do so using the secure online form on this website.

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Contact Jeffrey L. Cohen for a Free Phone Consultation

For a free phone consultation with an experienced tax law, business law and estate planning lawyer, call Jeffrey Cohen today at 404-937-1414. You may also contact us online to discuss your business, tax or estate planning needs. Mr. Cohen’s tax and business law firm online.

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