James Kutten’s Tax Controversy Law Firm is a solo tax practice designed for your needs. You will never be dispatched to an associate, junior partner, paralegal, or attorney who does not have experience or the expertise to represent you in a manner best suited to solve your problem. The federal tax law is extremely complex.
At my law firm, your only contact will be with an experienced tax controversy attorney. Put the law on your side by hiring an attorney with knowledge, experience, and expertise in the specific area in which you need help to resolve your problem with the Internal Revenue Service.
You should retain an attorney who is well versed in the substantive tax law, tax procedural laws, knows all levels of IRS employees, has tax litigation experience, and well suited to represent you before the IRS agency (examination, collection, criminal investigation, IRS Appeals Office; IRS National Office), U.S. Department of Justice, and before the courts, especially the United States Tax Court.
Mr. Kutten is well equipped to represent you before the IRS at all levels. Mr. Kutten has ample experience litigating before the United States Tax Court. Mr. Kutten will utilize his experience to negotiate
Fair fees with no surpriseswith the IRS to resolve your case in an efficient manner. If necessary Mr. Kutten will be prepared to litigate your case before the U.S. Tax Court (or other judicial venue).
Mr. Kutten’s fees are reasonable considering what is at stake. You need an experienced tax controversy attorney who can guide you and advise you.
My fees can be structured by the hour or a flat fee arrangement. My more than thirty years of experience as a Senior Attorney with the Office of Chief Counsel Internal Revenue Service, I am well qualified to represent you.
IRS Examination, Collection, Criminal Tax Investigation
Representation before the IRS Criminal Investigation Division (special agent) and representation before the U.S. Department of Justice, Tax Division
Representation will focus on the following: