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Thomas Richard Carnes
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St Louis, MO Lawyer with 26 years experience
(314) 664-1001 3827 Gustine Avenue
St Louis, MO 63116
Free ConsultationBusiness, Criminal, DUI & DWI and Family
University of Missouri - Columbia
Thomas R. Carnes is the principal attorney and owner of the Carnes Law Firm, a law practice located in south St. Louis at 3827 Gustine Avenue. Mr. Carnes has represented individuals and businesses with trials and appeals in Missouri, Illinois, Texas, North Carolina, and Massachusetts. His practice areas include civil litigation, commercial actions, personal injury cases, immigration cases, and criminal cases. He has represented clients with matters before state and federal agencies including OSHA, USCIS, EEOC, SEC, the Missouri Department of Revenue, and the Missouri Gaming Commission. Mr. Carnes is admitted to practice law in Missouri...
Alex Curcuru
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St. Louis, MO Attorney with 9 years experience
(314) 261-4111 5257 Shaw Ave.
Suite 221
St. Louis, MO 63110
Tax
University of Missouri - Kansas City School of Law
Mr. Curcuru provides advice on a wide-range of tax issues and handles disputes with the IRS and Missouri Department of Revenue for both individuals and businesses. Mr. Curcuru’s exposure to tax matters began long before his admission to the Bar. Over the past seven years, he has either prepared or quality reviewed hundreds of individual and partnership tax returns. This experience has proven invaluable in establishing a foundation for successful client advocacy and reputation for effective tax controversy representation. To date, Mr. Curcuru has successfully saved his clients hundreds of thousands of dollars in outstanding tax liabilities. Previously, Mr. Curcuru worked...

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