Tax law is all I do and I have helped many taxpayers successfully resolve their tax problems. I listen carefully to my clients in order to gain a complete understanding of their tax problem. After conducting an extensive analysis of your tax problem I will help you to attain the best resolution possible. I represent individuals and small business owners located throughout the State in front of the Connecticut Department of Revenue Services and taxpayers in Connecticut and throughout the country in matters with the IRS. I work directly with my clients to ensure that they understand every aspect of their case so that they may make a fully informed decision as to the best way to resolve their tax problem.
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- Campbell Law Offices, LLC
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- Tax attorney
- Quinnipiac School of Law Low Income Taxpayer Clinic
- Of Counsel
- Tenenbaum Law, P.C.
- Quinnipiac University School of Law
- J.D. (2007) | Law
- Campbell Law Offices, LLC
- Q. My mom is 72 years old and she recently went back to work she files her taxes for 2019 and she got a letter from the IRS
- A: She should call the taxpayer advocate and ask them for assistance. Here is a link to look up the number for the office closest to her. https://www.irs.gov/advocate/local-taxpayer-advocate
- Q. My son was divorced about 2 years ago. Part of the settlement was for his wife to pay their then due federal income tax
- A: Unfortunately other than taking her back to court he will need to set up his own collection alternative with the IRS. This can include currently not collectible status, an Offer in Compromise, or Innocent Spouse Relief. Most of us offer a free consultation so it would not hurt to speak with a lawyer and see what options are available for him. Just tell him to stay away from the places advertised on TV.
- Q. Had a tax lien fixed, but how do I stop receiving letters from third parties?
- A: There are companies that send people out to town halls to compile lists of people with liens and then sell them to companies that offer to help you with your lien. The lists are usually compiled a month or two before they are sold. You are likely receiving letters from one of these companies. You should call your town hall and see if they can help you determine if the lien has been removed. Most of the town halls I have worked with are very helpful and will help you find the information online (if they are setup this way) or will help you find them in the books. If the lien has not been removed then you may need to seek assistance with your problem. Just stay away from the companies that are sending you letters. If the lien has been removed then in a few months the letters will hopefully stop.