We are located at 1234 High St. Auburn, Ca, but help clients in Northern California and we have had clients across the United States.
Many firms quote fictitious people like “J. Smith of Chicago says…”; we don’t. We have actual past clients as references (click here) that you are free to email or call.
See if the representatives have their photos and resumes posted right on their web site, like we do.
We have heard of many situations where the Offer being made is doomed to fail, but because IRS often takes 9 months to give its response, unscrupulous representatives allow payments to be made over 8-9 months, knowing full well that by the time IRS rejects the OIC, the fees will have been collected.
A salesman wants to make a sale; we focus on giving you the right answer, whether we make money or not – it’s just the right thing to do.
We have an active bankruptcy practice and many times bankruptcy is a much better solution than an Offer in Compromise – ask us why!
With us, you speak with a very experienced attorney, not a salesman, who will answer your questions and design your personal game plan based on the attorneys’ years of experience.
Beware a representative who makes a recommendation without first conducting a complete and thorough review of the facts of your case. Would you trust a doctor who made a diagnosis without first taking x-rays, doing blood work, or otherwise finding out what’s wrong with you? Many representative provide a “one-solution-fits-all” approach to tax problem work. If they aren’t lawyers, that may be because that’s the only solution they are allowed to offer. That’s why we always start with a Game Plan consultation – to give you all your options. Trust your gut. Whom do you feel most comfortable hiring?
Non-law firms cannot offer all the options a law firm can!
There are several options to eliminate your tax debts. These include (i) expiration of the statute of limitations on collections, (ii) a settlement via Offer in Compromise, (iii) challenging the actual amount of the liability, (iv) avoiding your liability via Innocent Spouse (or similar) Relief, and (v) discharging the tax debt through bankruptcy. Unlike many “tax resolution” firms, who are precluded by law from offering all these options, the Heinkel Law Group can and does implement all of these options, based on our clients’ particular facts.
Any program or incentive that reduces the amount of tax owed by an individual or business entity. Examples of tax relief include the allowable deduction for pension contributions, and temporary incentives such as tax credits for the purchase of new high-efficiency heating and cooling equipment.