Planning An IRS Offer In Compromise? 4 Reasons You Need A Tax Attorney

5 December 2022
 Categories: Law, Blog

Can you resolve your back taxes owed to the IRS through an offer in compromise (OIC)? This tool provided by the tax code can help taxpayers get current on tax issues when they cannot afford to pay the entire tax as it stands. But before you head to the IRS to make an offer in compromise, find a good tax attorney to help. Why? Here are four of the most important reasons you should hire help. Read More 

3 Types Of Negligence That Require A Comprehensive Investigation By An Attorney After A Collision

4 November 2022
 Categories: Law, Blog

One of the biggest worries for vehicular crash victims is how they will pay their medical bills, vehicle repair expenses, and other losses. If this describes your current situation, you may explore several options to help you get financial assistance. One of them is to file a lawsuit against the wrongdoer or their insurer. You can file the lawsuit yourself and get the compensation you need, but doing so may allow the insurance company to take advantage of your inexperience in law to offer you a low payment. Read More 

Hire A Nonprofit Compliance Legal Expert To Assist Your Charity Or Other Organization

11 October 2022
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you run a charity or a nonprofit organization or you are thinking of starting such a company, you likely already know that there are tax laws you have to comply with in order to keep your nonprofit organization. But if you are not an expert in this area, it could be difficult to keep track of things as your company grows. To ensure you remain in compliance, some nonprofits look to hire a legal expert who can assist with nonprofit compliance. Read More 

How Your Criminal Defense Lawyer Can Help Suppress Evidence

13 September 2022
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you are being accused of a crime you are going to want to have the best legal help on your side. That is because a lawyer can help you with things that you are not even aware of, such as suppressing evidence that was not obtained by police correctly. Here are some ways that they can suppress evidence in court. Proving No Warrant Or Probable Cause The easiest way to have evidence dismissed is to prove that there was no warrant obtained in order to search your property. Read More 

How To Seek Compensation For Lost Income In A Motorbike Crash

17 August 2022
 Categories: Law, Blog

A motorcycle crash can cause both short and long-term consequences. One of the notable impacts is the loss of income during the recovery period. Without earnings, getting quality treatment and providing for your family's basic needs can be challenging. Unfortunately, some injuries may render it impossible to resume your employment or business. Luckily, a motorcycle accident attorney can help you pursue legal action against the reckless motorist responsible for the accident. Read More