Our Attorneys Know How To Handle Criminal Tax Law Matters
Failure to file tax returns or underreporting income on a tax return can result in a criminal tax investigation. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is under no obligation to formally notify individuals that there is an ongoing investigation.
This means that when the IRS does contact a taxpayer, chances are that it has devoted considerable time and resources to building its case. In these situations, it is in your best interest to retain an experienced New York criminal tax law attorney.
How Criminal Tax Matters Begin
At Gabor & Marotta LLC, we understand that many criminal investigations start as civil audits. That’s why it is so important to have proper representation before and during an audit. Our firm will work hard to ensure that records are accurate and that a detailed explanation and options are presented to the IRS at the audit. Our goal is to ensure a civil audit does not escalate into a criminal investigation.
We are confident in our working relationship with the IRS, and we have a great deal of experience negotiating settlements for our clients. If those negotiations are not successful, we are fully prepared to defend our clients in court. We prepare for each case as if it would be resolved at trial. To this end, we complete an accurate and detailed investigation of all aspects of the charge and finances to better represent our clients throughout a trial.