Neill to Present on Criminal Tax Issues at 2016 Family Law Conference

On Friday, August 5, 2016, Sara G. Neill will present in front of an audience of family law practitioners at the 16th Annual Family Law Conference. The annual three day conference, presented by the MOBarCLE and The Missouri Bar Family Law Section, aims to educate and teach individuals about family law matters.

Sara will present a session entitled: “What Do You Mean My Spouse Hasn’t Been Paying Our Taxes?!?”: When Family, Tax and Criminal Law Intersect” at the Conference.

What Do You Mean My Spouse Hasn’t Been Paying Our Taxes?!?”: When Family, Tax and Criminal Law Intersect

Presentation Description:

Your client unknowingly signed fraudulent tax returns and wants to rush to the Feds. Another client has been hiding money in Switzerland and his spouse now wants to take his deposition in their divorce case. Another client finds herself in the middle of a pending divorce case and a routine tax audit, and the financials can’t be reconciled because the client has been skimming from her small business. Whether you represent the innocent spouse or the guilty, this presentation will explore the complicated intersection of family, tax, and criminal law – and will provide the practice tips you need to navigate this terrain.

For more information, please visit the 2016 Family Law Conference Event Page or Agenda.

Sara G. Neill

Sara represents clients in criminal tax investigations and prosecutions. In addition, she handles federal tax audits, administrative appeals and tax litigation. Sara has significant experience defending tax practitioners in audits, investigations, and matters involving the IRS Office of Professional Responsibility and State licensing boards.

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