Nick Nemeth, a name synonymous with IRS debt resolution excellence, is a graduate of the University of North Texas who prides himself on being a Texan. He attended Texas A&M School of Law, formerly known as Texas Wesleyan School of Law. In addition to being a member of the State Bar of Texas, Nick is admitted to practice before the United States Tax Court and the Supreme Court of the United States of America.
Nick has been an attorney for more than 25 years. He has in depth experience in helping individuals and businesses with diverse IRS tax issues. With his extensive experience, he has garnered the knowledge and skills necessary to negotiate with the Internal Revenue Service and he possesses a laudable consistency of successful legal representation. Another part of Nick’s success is attributable to his unwavering passion for solving IRS problems.
It may be surprising to know that Nick was actually born and raised in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, and also spent his teen years playing squash. He jokes and says, “Squash is just a fancy version of racquetball”. Nick earned the title of National Squash Champion in the early eighties. He also played on the Canadian National Squash team, competing in the World Championships in Sweden in 1981. According to Nick, “Canada is beautiful, but I longed for warmer weather and headed south”.
When Nick is not in the office sharing his expertise, he is usually mentoring his two sons; one of which is currently starting his career in law and the other is working on his second graduate degree in Marine biology at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. Family is at the core of all the values important to Nick.