Washington, D.C., IRS Tax Litigation Attorney

Frost & Associates, Attorneys at Law

If you have found yourself in the middle of a federal income tax controversy, and you fear that the dispute could wind up in a courtroom, you need skillful legal assistance and sound counsel in your corner for the battle ahead — and you need it now.

For skilled legal assistance and hard work toward resolutions of your IRS tax lien, tax levy, collections, employment, international or criminal tax matter, you should speak with Frost & Associates, Attorneys at Law, in Washington, D.C.

Glen Frost is an experienced and versatile tax attorney who serves a diverse individual, family and business clientele. Based in Washington, D.C., he serves client nationally and globally. In each and every case Mr. Frost handles, he is dedicated to your success.

Glen Frost's goal in every engagement is to quickly and efficiently achieve a favorable outcome for his client. The best way of accomplishing this is to settle the case at an early stage administratively within the IRS, using techniques of in-depth investigation and skillful negotiation. However, this cannot always be done. If a successful outcome cannot be reached, taxpayers are given the opportunity to litigate their case in federal court.

For a free, confidential consultation to discuss, in detail, your impending IRS tax litigation or ways to avoid going to court, contact Frost & Associates at 202-618-1873.

Frost & Associates — Problem-Solving Tax Lawyers, In And Out of Court

Your IRS civil tax litigation may be conducted in one of four courts:

U.S. Tax Court — the majority of cases are heard in tax court, before a judge with expertise in tax law. One of the biggest benefits to this forum is that taxpayers are not required to pay the tax assessments before litigating.

U.S. District Court — taxpayers must exhaust all administrative remedies, and pay the disputed tax, before suing for a refund in U.S. District Court. This can be a favorable forum because it is the only venue that offers the opportunity for a jury trial.

U.S. Bankruptcy Court — if the taxpayer has filed for Chapter 7, Chapter 11 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, the Bankruptcy Court has the discretion to decide whether IRS tax assessments and IRS tax liens are valid and whether sustained tax liabilities can be discharged.

U.S. Court of Federal Claims — this court can be another favorable forum for taxpayers who pay the disputed tax and sue for a refund. This court is based in Washington, D.C.

Wherever your IRS tax controversy is in the resolution process, either during negotiation or before a judge, you can count on Frost & Associates, LLC to arm you with facts you need for sound decisions, protect your rights at all times and strive for the most positive possible outcome.

Every tax problem has a solution — so contact us to begin the job of finding yours. Call or email Washington, D.C., IRS tax litigation attorney Glen Frost to secure your free initial consultation with Frost & Associates. Evening appointments are available.