Tax law can be difficult to understand. Instead of navigating the legal nuances on your own, consult with a trusted New Jersey team.
Our tax attorney, Adam C. Brown can protect your interests and your assets so that you properly follow the law.
Whether you're starting a business or anticipating estate taxes, our law firm is here. Contact our Middlesex County, NJ, lawyer to begin.
A Tax Attorney
With Extensive Training
Mr. Brown has several key qualifications that set him apart from other tax lawyers.
His interest in tax law is backed by extensive time in the field. While he studied for his law degree, he interned for a private tax practice.
As for his education, he earned his Juris Doctorate from Rutgers Law School. There, he served as the Tax Law Society President. He also provided legal aid to clients at this time, working as a Tax Clinic associate.
There's no substitute for knowledge and years of practice. If you want a tax attorney with the skillset and drive to fight for you, contact our law firm.
Consultations Are Free At Our Middlesex County and Cherry Hill Law Firms
Cost can prevent many clients from seeking the legal representation that they need. Though it's a common burden, our tax lawyer aims to lessen your stress with free consultations.
You've Found Your Tax Lawyer Contact Us Today
Tax law is intricate and dense. Even seasoned business people can have trouble understanding it. However, there's an easy way to protect your estate, business, and assets: hiring a trusted tax lawyer.
Our attorneys can handle a multitude of tax-related cases, ranging from real estate to international business. With our sharp legal eyes, we can provide you with peace of mind. If the case calls for it, we can also defend you vigorously in court or fight back against the IRS.
Whether you need help now or you're planning for the future, our attorneys can guide you. We are located in New Brunswick, NJ, and North Bergen, NJ, but we work with clients from across the state. Contact our Middlesex County and Cherry Hill legal team to begin or call:
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I Have an Accountant Does That Mean I Still Need a Tax Attorney?
Yes, you may still need a tax lawyer even if you have an accountant. While people may mix up accountants with tax attorneys, we do different things.
Accountants are primarily concerned with properly paying your taxes and improving your finances. An attorney, on the other hand, can help if you have encountered legal matters surrounding your taxes.
While this can preserve your assets, the main focus is ensuring that you follow the constraints of tax laws. From fighting against the IRS to bringing your business international, our New Jersey lawyer is here to assist.
Begin Your Business With the Help of a Tax Attorney
If you're thinking of starting a business in New Jersey, you're in good company. New Jersey citizens applied to start 177,506 businesses in the year spanning between January 2021 and January 2022. Want to join them? Our tax attorneys can help you file a business application, too.
Our Middlesex County, NJ, Attorneys Make Navigating the Law Easy
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Three Ways You Can Make Tax Cases Simpler
Know the IRS' Contact Methods
The IRS will never call, text, or email you. Instead, they will communicate in person or by mail. If you are unsure about the validity of the tax correspondence you receive, you can bring it to our lawyer for confirmation.
Keep Your Tax Records Handy
The typical rule of thumb is to keep all materials relevant to your taxes, like returns and deduction receipts, for three years or longer. They can provide crucial evidence in the case of audits or disputes from the IRS.
Maintain a Tax Fund
Each year, you should set aside money to cover your taxes. For real estate taxes, this can be done automatically through escrow. Preparing for your final bill can help if your taxes might be extensive, and prevent potential difficulties paying the IRS.