Valuation Disputes

Valuation Disputes and the IRS

Questions of valuation of assets come into play in many areas of the law including the following:

  • Divorce
  • Bankruptcy
  • Purchase and sale agreements
  • Insurance property loss claims
  • Capital gains taxation
  • Gift taxes
  • Estate taxes
  • Tax liability and reporting requirements for fringe benefits in employment

Valuation questions may be a point of contention in a civil tax audit, a criminal tax investigation or a proposed purchase or sale of a business. Parties in a proposed business merger or acquisition may make private letter ruling requests of the IRS which require accurate reporting of value of assets.

When large sums of money are involved, the viability of a business or professional practice may be at risk. An experienced tax attorney is a valuable advocate for business owners and high net-worth individuals engaged in valuation disputes with the IRS.

Attorney Lawrence Brown is a former Trial Attorney with the Department of Justice Tax Division. He possesses in-depth knowledge of all aspects of tax controversies and litigation, including valuation disputes with the IRS.

Call 888-870-0025 Toll Free for Your Initial Consultation

You can e-mail Brown, PC regarding valuation disputes with the IRS involving assets held anywhere in North America or the world. Call 888-870-0025 to request an appointment to speak with Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas, tax litigation lawyer Lawrence Brown by phone or in person.

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