Skilled Handling Of Your Offshore Tax Legal Issues
The Atlanta tax attorneys at the Bomar Law Firm have an extensive amount of experience in regard to tax compliance, best practices and the process of assisting individuals and entities who wish to voluntarily disclose offshore bank accounts. These cases can be very complex and can result in harsh consequences if handled incorrectly.
Why You May Require Attorney Representation
The IRS has continued to become more and more aggressive in cracking down on those who have not reported their offshore accounts. It should also be known that as of 2015 foreign financial institutions will be required by law to report any and all U.S. account holders, which signifies that time might be running out for those who need to come into tax compliance through the voluntary disclosure program offered by the government. When this happens, the government will be far less lenient.
Failure to obtain amnesty under the program can mean much higher penalties and be criminal charges that result in prison time. As a client of our firm, you can have confidence that someone with experience and proven results is fighting for the best possible result in your case.
Begin the process of putting this situation behind you — call us today and schedule your free consultation to discuss the best path forward in your case.
Discover Your Legal Options
Bomar Law Firm has offices in Atlanta and Birmingham, Alabama. Contact us at to schedule your free consultation to discuss your case with an Atlanta, Georgia tax lawyer who is also a former IRS Chief Counsel attorney. The firm handles cases involving captive insurance company litigation and syndicated conservation easement litigation, guiding clients through IRS tax disputes and promoter malpractice cases, as needed to get the client to the best result.
The firm also has tax professionals available who speak Spanish. (El Despacho de Abogado Bomar tiene oficinas en Atlanta, Georgia y Birmingham, Alabama. El Ex Abogado del IRS. Hablamos Español. Contáctenos hoy al ).