They quickly went over boxes of documents that we had and put together an Offer in Compromise on a complex fact pattern that was quickly accepted by the IRS. We can’t thank them enough. They worked on our case throughout the entire process and were very responsive.”
Client worked with prior power of attorney in a failed Offer in Compromise Doubt as to Collectability to settle $391,655 of federal tax liabilities. IRS claimed Taxpayer transferred a property with significant equity away from its reach claiming that the transferee was a nominee and that the transfer constituted a dissipation of assets. Abajian Law appealed examinations’ conclusions to the IRS Office of Appeals demonstrating that transferee was true owner of the property. Abajian Law demonstrated why the quitclaim of property to another taxpayer was not a dissipation of assets in this particular case.