Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Sometimes you just want a little information before you call to speak with an attorney. Please see below for the frequently asked questions regarding our services.
- What Types of Tax Cases Does Your Firm Handle?
- How Much Does it Cost to Retain Your Services?
- What Should I Expect at my Initial Consultation?
- Does Your Firm Handle Matters Other Than Tax Law, Business Law, or Estate Planning?
- How Much Does it Cost for Representation?
- Can You Help Us Deal With the IRS or Tennessee Department of Revenue?
- How Much Does it Cost for a Consultation?
- What Should I Bring to my Consultation?
- What Happens if I do not Keep my Appointment for my Low Cost Consultation?
We handle all types of tax matters with the Internal Revenue Service and the Tennessee Department of Revenue, including tax audits and tax collections cases.
How Much Does it Cost to Retain Your Services?
Retainer fees vary from case to case because we charge for the time it takes to handle your matter. Typical initial retainers range from $750 – $5,000, and fees are charged at rates between $50 – $300 per hour.
What Should I Expect at my Initial Consultation?
You will get information about how your matter may be handled and the attorney will give you an honest assessment of your case to include an opinion about whether you need the attorney’s assistance.
If the attorney does not believe you need the firm’s assistance, he will provide information about how you can handle your matter without the assistance of counsel.
Does Your Firm Handle Matters Other Than Tax Law, Business Law, or Estate Planning?
We focus primarily on tax matters, but we also handle tax concerns during business or estate planning matters too.
How Much Does it Cost for Representation?
Retainers and total cost of representation vary from case to case. However, we typically take retainers from $1,500 – $5,000, and the cost of representation is charged at rates of $75 – $300 per hour.
Can You Help Us Deal With the IRS or Tennessee Department of Revenue?
The answer is: it depends. We evaluate each case and will provide you with an opinion of whether we can handle your situation during an initial consultation.
How Much Does it Cost for a Consultation?
We provide all potential clients with a low cost consultation.
What Should I Bring to my Consultation?
You should bring any documents you believe are necessary to help the attorney evaluate your case, including but not limited to tax returns, IRS letters/notices, contracts, leases, wills, powers of attorney, etc.
What Happens if I do not Keep my Appointment for my Low Cost Consultation?
We understand emergencies happen, so you are allotted one time to reschedule. If you must reschedule more than once, we require that you pay an $100.00 consultation fee prior to your appointment.