Handling Cases of Alleged Failure to File, Supply Information or Pay Tax
Knowingly and willfully failing to file tax returns, supply required information to the IRS or pay taxes is a criminal offense. If you are under criminal investigation or have been charged with any criminal offense because of failure to file or pay taxes, contact an experienced attorney as early on as possible.
Brown, PC has helped many professionals, high net-worth individuals and businesses embroiled in tax controversies such as alleged failure to file, supply information or pay taxes.
If you are in trouble or anticipate issues with the IRS possibly rising to a level of criminal charges because you failed to file or failed to pay taxes, there may be valid defenses that can bring about a favorable resolution. For example:
- You did not knowingly fail to comply with tax laws.
- You did not willfully fail to file, supply information or pay taxes.
- Any noncompliance took place after the six-year statute of limitations
Tax lawyer Lawrence Brown is a former Department of Justice Tax Division Trial Attorney. If you face these serious charges, a seasoned attorney with in-depth knowledge of all venues where tax controversies are investigated and prosecuted is your best defense. Injury, illness or other extenuating circumstances may be valid arguments in your "failure to file" case. Filing an amended tax return may also be part of the solution.
For additional in-depth information on Failure to File, Supply Information or Pay Tax, please visit our Criminal Tax Corner - Failure to File a Return, Supply Information, or Pay Tax in Violation of Section 7203
Discuss Your Case With a Former Department of Justice Tax Division Trial Attorney
You can contact Lawrence Brown by phone or by e-mail through this Web site if you face criminal charges for failure to file taxes. Brown, PC, conveniently located in the Dallas-Fort Worth area in Texas, serves clients throughout North America and the world. Call 888-870-0025 to schedule a consultation.Print this Page