Abajian Law is devoted to our clients during tax examinations, investigations, and collections. Once a client entrusts us with their financial security, we are committed to giving our clients the best representation money can buy.Read More
Abajian Law has years of United States Tax Court experience both as an IRS Attorney and for the private sector. Abajian Law brings value to its clients because it understands both the government and private business.Read More
Abajian Law prides itself on bringing countless clients into United States tax compliance who had neglected to properly disclose their foreign financial accounts, assets, and income.Read More
Federal tax liens and levies can be withdrawn, released, or subordinated under the right circumstances. Abajian Law is well versed in helping clients escape the debilitating effect of liens and levies.Read More
Vic Abajian founded Abajian Law in 2006 to build on his early success as an IRS Senior Trial Attorney. Vic has worked on all types of tax issues ranging from individuals with less complex tax problems to major publicly traded corporations with very complex tax controversies involving millions of dollars. He is highly respected by the IRS and other tax practitioners and looks forward to helping you quickly and successfully resolve your tax issues.
Mr. Abajian is one of the preeminent tax attorneys in Los Angeles, Glendale and across the nation. As a former IRS tax lawyer he is a member of a very specialized group of tax practitioners. Please explore our website to learn more about our tax practice.
A practicing attorney, Taxpayer with liability of $398,864 walked into Abajian Law with years of unsuccessful negotiation with the IRS and a defaulted installment agreement. IRS accepted an Offer in Compromise Doubt as to Collectability for $85,000. IRS withdrew all tax liens.
Father and Mother of United States Marine fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan owed $133,000 of overdue taxes. Taxpayer received hefty severance after leaving his employment, however Abajian Law demonstrated that taxpayer had spent the entire severance on necessary living expenses and would have to continue using the rest of the severance money, the IRS agreed and excluded the severance from the offer amount. Abajian Law submitted an Offer In Compromise Doubt as to Collectability and IRS accepted the offer for $800.
Client worked with prior power of attorney in a failed attempt to reduce IRS liabilities. Client’s past liabilities from tax years 2008 through 2012 totaled $602,276.94. After an Offer In Compromise Doubt as to Liability and an Offer In Compromise Doubt as to Collectability, Abajian Law settled client’s liability for $1,470 during the course of an eight month period. Taxpayer ended up paying less than half a percent on his total liabilities.