Attorneys of Chicago's Western Suburbs since 1952

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A t FDBA Law we offer solutions to your tax problems. We are Tax Attorneys that have been representing clients in front of the IRS and state tax authorities for over 30 years. We understand the weight that a tax problem can bear on your family, your livelihood, and yourself and we strive to deliver the relief you deserve in an effective and timely manner.

We are attorneys with advanced degrees in accounting and taxation law. We constantly update our knowledge through continuing education and have devoted our professional careers to Taxation Law. Our extensive education and cross-disciplinary training allow us to perform a comprehensive examination of your entire tax situation and identify the best way to resolve your tax problem.

We are trained negotiators that present your case to the tax authorities in the most advantageous manner possible. The strategic manner in which your tax case is presented to the tax authorities may be crucial to successful resolution. We construct an overarching theory behind your tax issue and present your case persuasively utilizing only the most salient facts. This strategic approach offers our clients a clear advantage when resolving their tax problems.

We can help you with your tax problem, including: Disclosing Offshore Accounts, Liens, Levies, Offers in Compromise, Payroll Tax problems, Audits, Penalty Abatement, Bankruptcy Advice, Innocent Spouse protection, and filing delinquent tax returns.

We are not a fly-by-night operation and pride ourselves on our commitment to providing taxpayers with the best representation services we can deliver. We encourage you to be discerning in your choice of tax professionals. You can rely on us to represent you.

Hiring an attorney to represent you before the IRS and other tax agencies comes with certain rights and privileges that other tax professionals cannot offer. Namely, you are protected under the Attorney-Client Privilege. This Privilege protects any communication between you and your attorney rendering it confidential. Unlike other tax professionals, attorneys cannot be forced to disclose confidential matters to the IRS or any other adversarial party. This Privilege becomes crucial if litigation should be necessary to your case. Importantly, the Attorney-Client Privilege also provides a highly safe and secure environment for you to divulge any information that may be relevant to your case without compromising your privacy in any way, shape, or form.