Having a tax issue is stressful. As a New Jersey tax attorney, I've seen how difficult it can be firsthand. Whether it be an audit, collections, or trying to comply with complex codes and regulations, tax law is an overwhelming area to tackle alone. And as someone with a family who relies on you, or a business with employees who count on you, or both, there are many more important ways to spend your time than worrying about taxes.
Paladini Law is a New Jersey tax law firm focused on resolving issues with the IRS and New Jersey Division of Taxation quickly, efficiently, and with extraordinary results. In my experience as an NJ tax attorney, I’ve probably handled a tax situation like yours before, and I understand each solution is as unique as the individual.
I’ve helped taxpayers save their homes, businesses, and possessions by finding that unique solution. If having a tax problem is new to you, it’s not new to me. And if tax problems have been reoccurring for years, now is the time to put the past behind you.
As an NJ tax law firm, Paladini Law’s vision is to provide the highest quality legal work in the most cost effective and efficient manner for you, the client. Our goal is to provide the best customer experience possible by providing real time updates on your case, secure communication portals so you can feel confident sending sensitive information, and by providing straightforward, actionable legal advice instead of the typical indirect, legal jargon prevalent in the legal field.
I’ve helped clients save millions of dollars in taxes. I’ve settled tax liabilities for fractions of the amount owed, negotiated reasonable payment plans, and convinced the IRS to remove massive penalties.
I’ve also helped clients disclose interests in foreign assets and persuaded IRS attorneys to concede their cases. I’ve worked with hundreds of different IRS employees, including revenue agents (auditors), revenue officers (collectors), appeals officers, managers, and IRS counsel. By dealing with so many IRS employees, I know what works and what doesn’t.