If you find yourself in need of tax representation, it is in your best interest to find and work with professionals who have extensive experience representing clients in this arena. Every situation is different and can be stressful. However, with the right representation and a knowledgeable professional to help you understand your options, they don’t have to be scary.
Law Office of Brian Gormley, LLC has exceptional experience representing clients in these matters. Our tax team is well versed in defending a wide array of issues, with a thorough knowledge of all applicable federal and state tax legislation that affects your situation. With a full slate of resources and the most responsive client service, we’ll help you understand the process you’re facing and support you all the way. Tax representation services include:
- providing specific answers to all the questions raised before or during the tax audit;
- personal involvement in on-site audits and consultations;
- managing the official written communication with the tax authority;
- taking legal remedy steps, if necessary (observation to the protocol, appeal, administrative actions);
- due diligence prior to the tax audit (simulation of a tax audit in order to identify and manage potential risk points)
Why do I need to appeal my property tax assesment?
If your property value declined for any reason then you should review your tax assessments.
What is the tax appeal process?
The tax appeal is your legal right to protect you from undue or unfair taxation and provides a means for you to receive proper representation before the taxing authorities.
What is RPR’s role in the process?
RPR is a professional firm and represents the taxpayer before the various taxing authorities. We are assigned by the taxpayer to handle all aspects in investigating, consulting and taking the proper actions to reduce one of the largest expenses property owners face, property taxes.
What do you need from me?
Initially all we need is for you to request a no-cost assessment appeal from RPR to determine the size and scope of your property tax savings.