Neill and Schwerin Present on IRS Innocent Spouse Provisions
Sara G. Neill and Michelle F. Schwerin, experienced tax litigators, will present “My ‘Soon-to-Be Ex’ is a Tax Cheat!” at the 13th Annual Family Law Conference sponsored by The Missouri Bar on Friday, August 2, 2013, at The Lake Of The Ozarks.
My ‘Soon-to-Be Ex’ is a Tax Cheat!”
The presentation will discuss how to recognize when your client has a claim for tax relief under the Innocent Spouse provisions of the Internal Revenue Code; will explain the procedures for requesting Innocent Spouse relief; and will identify ways in which you can protect and/or bolster your client’s claim for Innocent Spouse relief during divorce proceedings.
Tax Controversy and Litigation Practice Group
Capes Sokol’s Tax Controversy and Litigation practice group advocates for and defends clients in civil and criminal tax disputes with the Internal Revenue Service, the United States Department of Justice and state taxing authorities. Our clients range from individuals to multi-national corporations and include closely held companies and non-profit entities. The practice group includes attorneys with advanced degrees in tax law, two Certified Public Accountants, a former federal tax prosecutor, a former public defender, and a highly regarded forensic accountant who previously spent 28 years working as a Special Agent for IRS-Criminal Investigation.
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