Top Jacksonville Tax Increment Financing Lawyers - North Carolina

  • At the law office of Stubbs Perdue, we offer a full range of legal representation for our clients in New Bern, North Carolina. With extensive experience in family law, criminal defense, bankruptcy, estate planning, business law, civil litigation and numerous other legal issues, we are known as the "law firm for life" for our clients in New Bern, Raleigh and Eastern North Carolina. We are...

  • Based in Wilmington, North Carolina, the bankruptcy law firm of Butler & Butler, LLP, helps families and businesses take control of their debt. Our firm has served clients since 1928. Breaking out of the cycle of debt on your own can be difficult, but you may have options to get you out of debt relatively quickly. Let our attorneys assist you. Personal Bankruptcy And You If you are considering...

  • Based in Raleigh, North Carolina, Stubbs Perdue is a full-service law firm that handles a wide range of legal matters for clients in Raleigh, New Bern, Eastern North Carolina and throughout the state. Clients with nearly any legal issue can rely on us for experienced, knowledgeable, ethical representation. With more than 50 years of experience, we handle cases regarding bankruptcy, family law,...

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    Focusing on tax audit defense, the law firm of Webb & Morton PLLC proudly serves clients in Aberdeen, North Carolina, and throughout the surrounding areas. We offer smart advice, taking a creative approach to the tried and true methods in order to help our clients reach the best possible outcomes to their cases. Receiving notice that they are being audited by the U.S. Internal Revenue Service...

Need help with a Tax Increment Financing (TIF) matter?

You've come to the right place.  Whether you are a property owner within the affected area or a city council, a tax increment financing lawyer can help.

Tax increment financing (TIF) lawyers  help structure and negotiate the redevelopment, re-use and improvement of blighted urban areas and undeveloped "greenspace" though tax increment financing -- a special means to pay for project costs.

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