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Congress has given the IRS broad power to summons a taxpayer or a third-party to appear and testify in court, to produce records such as books and papers, or both. The IRS’s power to obtain records and testimony is based on statutory law, and federal district courts have the authority to enforce an IRS summons. Brown, PC provides counsel and representation to individuals who have received an IRS Summons.

Contact Brown, PC at 888-870-0025 or e-mail the law firm through this Web site to request a confidential consultation. From our main offices located in Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas, we represent clients throughout the United States and the world.

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