Indianapolis, Indiana Tax Litigation & Estate Tax Attorney
Tax litigation can be complex and requires the advocacy and experience of an experienced tax and litigation team. At Cremer & Cremer, we have represented individual and business clients in tax litigation for over 40 years.
We will seek to obtain an optimal solution in your case. We may be able to negotiate a payment plan on your behalf or reduce liability in tax court. Contact us for an initial consultation or case evaluation.
If you have not filed a tax return and owe back taxes or you are concerned that a tax return you filed may contain an untrue statement, we can protect your rights and interests in any tax law dispute. If you were contacted by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) or are under investigation for tax fraud or unpaid taxes or you are being audited, you need immediate legal assistance to protect your rights and financial interests.
A tax dispute or litigation could result in serious penalties and civil liability as well as a criminal prosecution. Our attorneys will take a strategic approach to collect all necessary documentation and support to defend your rights and interests.
Our tax litigation attorneys can assist you with any of the following:
- Estate tax disputes
- Unpaid taxes
- Income tax disputes
- Mistakes in tax returns
- Tax court
- Businesses and tax audits
- Civil disputes
- Criminal tax liability
Estate tax planning to prevent future litigation
In addition to estate tax disputes and tax litigation, our attorneys are also experienced in estate planning and tax planning to protect the rights and interests of our clients before they are faced with disputes or unpaid tax obligations, including fines and penalties. If you are interested in estate tax planning, please contact our office to speak directly with a tax litigation and tax planning attorney.
Contact Cremer & Cremer for an initial consultation or case evaluation with an experienced Indianapolis, Indiana estate tax and litigation lawyer. For over 40 years we have offered a tradition of service, advocacy, and results to business and individual clients statewide.
Notice: The Department of Treasury recently revised guidelines for tax practitioners known as Circular 230. In accordance with these guidelines, you are hereby advised that any tax advice contained in this email, including any attachments is not intended or written to be used, nor can it be used for the purpose of (i) avoiding any tax-related penalties under the Internal Revenue Code or (ii) supporting, marketing or recommending any tax-related matters contained in this communication.