Civil Litigation Attorney Resolving Tax Dilemmas
A tax controversy typically starts with an IRS audit. If the taxpayer (either an individual or a business) is unable to resolve the matter with IRS Revenue Agents at the Audit/Examination level, the taxpayer has the right to request IRS Appeals consideration. If the taxpayer cannot achieve a satisfactory resolution at the Appeals level, the taxpayer has the right to seek favorable resolution in United States Tax Court, United States District Court or the United States Court of Claims.
Brown, PC represents businesses and high net-worth individuals at all phases, stages and venues where tax controversies unfold — often beginning with a problematic IRS audit. Our clients are located throughout the U.S. and throughout the world. Many of our clients are referred by their trusted advisors, including CPAs, investment advisors and lawyers.
Lawrence Brown, former Department of Justice Tax Division Trial Attorney, has dedicated the last 18 years to the service of taxpayers through his private tax law practice. He possesses an in-depth familiarity with all agencies and courts where individual income tax and business income tax matters are resolved. For high net-worth individuals and high-profile privately-held businesses, we understand that discretion and confidentiality are of critical importance.
- Tax refund litigation
- Summons enforcement proceedings
- U.S. Tax Court litigation
- U.S. Bankruptcy Court
- U.S. District Court litigation
- U.S. Court of Federal Claims
While Brown, PC's main offices are located in the Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas Metroplex, we serve clients located throughout the United States and the world.
We regularly represent clients in complex federal tax matters in courts throughout the United States. If you would like a confidential consultation with Mr. Brown regarding the possibility of seeking resolution to your case in Tax Court, Bankruptcy Court, District Court or Federal Claims Court please call Mr. Brown directly at 817.870.0025 or CLICK HERE to request a consultation.Print this Page